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I am Tavish Srivastava, a post graduate from IIT Madras in Mechanical Engineering. I have more than two years of work experience in Analytics. My experience ranges from hands on analytics in a developing country like India to convince banking partners with analytical solution in matured market like US. For last two and a half years I have contributed to various sales strategies, marketing strategies and Recruitment strategies in both Insurance and Banking industry.
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Introduction Solving case studies is a great way to keep your grey cells active. You get to use math, logic and business understanding in …

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In previous few articles (beginner, intermediate and queuing theory), we have completed a variety of case studies used in operation analytics. One of which …

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Introduction Don’t be a data scientist whose models fail to get deployed! An epic example of model deployment failure is from Netflix Prize Competition. In …

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Introduction The ability to solve case studies comes with regular practice. Many a times, if you find yourself failing at thinking like a pro, perhaps, it’s just …

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Introduction Queuing Theory, as the name suggests, is a study of long waiting lines done to predict queue lengths and waiting time. It’s a …

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Introduction Last week, I introduced you to a classic problem of operational analytics. If you didn’t get a chance to check it, you can …

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Introduction I’ve seen freshers struggling to solve case studies during interview. Do you also find it difficult ? Yes? That’s okay. But, since you now have an …

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Introduction Cab aggregator is a new business concept in India. Today we have Ola, Uber, Taxi for Sure etc. which not only compete to …

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Introduction How do we make recommendations in our lives ? We do it based on our past experiences. Now imagine, what if we start …

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Introduction Predictive Modeling works on constructive feedback principle. You build a model. Get feedback from metrics, make improvements and continue until you achieve a desirable …