Index page to learn everything about Analytics

Kunal Jain 25 Sep, 2015
2 min read

Analytics Vidhya has been a tremendous journey for us. Today, when we look back at the journey we have covered so far – it makes us feel proud. It gives us a sense of accomplishment – that we have added value to our readers. It gives us a sense of fulfillment – that we, along with our audience go to bed after doing our bit of learning.

During this journey, we have added a lot of articles on a lot of topics. While the tags and categories have helped to provide some structure to this madness – it is becoming difficult for people to discover the best of our articles easily.

Hence, we decided to create this index page. This page will serve as an index to some of our best articles on the site. This is by no means an exhaustive list – but a good start.

You can also access this page from the drop down in About Us header on the top bar of this blog

Analytics Vidhya articles

We will continue to put more and more information on the subject out there and make sure it is of top notch quality. Here are 2 things, we would want you to do to get your brain cells working:

  1. Now that you have seen one way to organize this information about various articles on Analytics Vidhya – can you think of some more ways to represent this information? For example, one interesting view can be to change the size / color of fonts of titles mentioned in this list based on number of vies or user engagement and see what it throws up. What other views can you think of?
  2. If there are other topics on which you would want us to write on or include in this list, please add them in comments below and we will action on them.

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Kunal Jain 25 Sep, 2015

Kunal is a post graduate from IIT Bombay in Aerospace Engineering. He has spent more than 10 years in field of Data Science. His work experience ranges from mature markets like UK to a developing market like India. During this period he has lead teams of various sizes and has worked on various tools like SAS, SPSS, Qlikview, R, Python and Matlab.

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Responses From Readers


Shivam Kushwaha
Shivam Kushwaha 27 Oct, 2014

Very great job done. Good going Kunal. I found this website very useful and wish you best. Thank you

Dinesh 27 Oct, 2014

Hi Kunal, I am following your site from last 3 -4 month. I did not know too much about the analytic, big data and there resource. Your site help me to understand this field and now i have taken a small step towards this field and working on that. Hope full will switch my career soon. I found lots of site in this filed but your site is too good compare to other one. All article provide references that help me to understand things. Keep going with this great work... Thanks, Dinesh k..


Mr.Kunal, It's a great home work done by you/your team. Very useful for freshers like me. Encourages to learn. Guides to understand the subject. If it is published in a package of subtitles it's more informative. Expecting more from your browser. Thanks with regards

Neelima 27 Oct, 2014

Good job Kunal! I appreciate it. An improvement in the index would be to link to the page from the Subject Namei.e. in the index all the topics you have covered are put, it is great if the end user is taken to the url of the topic when she clicks it.

Akshay 31 Oct, 2014

Hi Kunal, Analytics Vidya has helped me tremendously to know about analytics industry in detail. Readers like me who are new to Analytics industry are not aware about statistical models which are developed & how to use statistical concepts to develope a model. I would like to have a topic which will include a real time business case which will have a problem & stepwise explaination of generating model (any model) & solution. Thanks

Shashi 01 Nov, 2014

Hi Kunal Good going, and best wishes. BI and BA are little tricky terminologies for me. How do you differentiate BA tools with BI tools? My assumption is, BA is something more to do with Data discovery, inferences, Story building etc which is more close to Decision making whereas BI is more of ETL and underlying technology that supports data discovery. Appreciate your comments on it. thanks

Rajesh 15 Nov, 2015

Hello Kunal, I am completed my study in engineering with electronic and telecommunications . And further more I am certified with Business Analytics professional R can you help me out for openings in market.