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12 Data Science Communities

Sometimes it takes a data village. You can follow talented people, meet new friends, and join a specialized data community with these great organizations. What groups do you love that we're missing? Let us know!

#66Days of Data is a 66 day commitment to improve data skills. All it requires is dedicating 5 minutes a day to learn something related to data and then sharing your activities on social media.
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The Data Leaders community is a trusted, vendor-free environment for people leading change at the world’s biggest organisations.
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A global community dedicated to creating a data-literate world.
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The IBM Community is a collaborative space for IBM users that makes sharing your know-how and best practices on IBM products and IT interests simpler. Access the collective knowledge of thousands of peers across a multitude of interest areas that matter to you. The IBM Community houses a collection of spaces including Data Science, Security, Middleware and more.
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Grow your data science skills by competing in our exciting competitions
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Improving How We Visualize and Analyze Data. One Chart at a Time.
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ODSC – Open Data Science Conference – is essential for anyone who wants to connect to the data science community and contribute to the open source applications it uses every day. Our goal is to bring together the global data science community in an effort to encourage the exchange of innovative ideas and the growth of open source software.
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R-Ladies is a world-wide organization to promote gender diversity in the R community
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A community for all things R and RStudio
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The Tableau Community Forums is a place to get your Tableau questions answered, collaborate with others and a space to help you get the most out of Tableau. We have more than 195k questions and over 450 user groups right here! Welcome to the #DataFam!
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A weekly social data project focused on using tidyverse packages to clean, wrangle, tidy, and plot a new dataset every Tuesday.
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We envision a world where women are proportionally represented as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers. When you become a part of Women Who Code you gain access to programs and services that are designed to help you step up your tech career. We have over 290,000 members who are career-aged tech professionals operating at each level of the industry.
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