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**"Mathematics"**## 5 Great Resources For Learning Linear Algebra

*By Joshua Burkhow On June 1, 2014 · 1 Comment · In Mathematics*

Why Do You Have to Learn Linear Algebra?

I am always learning new things and as I take on more and more things to learn I am constantly forcing myself to first ask “Why is this important?” because obviously if I can’t find a reason clearly and easily enough then I usually won’t go down that […]

## Linear Programming: The Gateway to Analytics

*By Joshua Burkhow On February 1, 2014 · 5 Comments · In Analytics, Mathematics*

Reporting, BI, and the lack of Mathematics

I have done reporting, data warehousing, and overall BI development for a while now and the one thing I always struggled with is how easy and common it was to be presenting numbers and yet not be very mathematical at all. What I mean is the most […]

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