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Qlik Sense and Data Science

Hi guys. I'm a seasoned Data Scientist with a lot of knowledge about Data Science and it's methodology. I'm also a consultant, so I spend a lot of my time going from job to job. One thing that's pissing me off is that I can't seem to use the tools that I'm familiar with for literally every position I have been hired out for. It's different when I'm developing products for my own company but I'm not going to get into that. So here's my dilemma.

I'm using QlikView as a Back-end.

I'm using QlikSense for my front-end.

I'm familiar with HTML and CSS and am not afraid to learn other languages necessary.

I'm an expert with Python.

I have an advantage with R.

I want Data Science to be incorporated in my dashboards, like using regression tree's, neural networks, random forests. All of it.

How would I go about doing this? I'm sick of knowing that I am producing a product that does not demonstrate the Data Scientist in me.

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Use Qlik Sense as the backend, learn the APIs and visualize whatever you want, including integration with R and Python.

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I know your desired visualisation is possible in both d3.js and angular. Both technologies are accomodated in qliksense. You should  be easily be able to create extensions to accomodate your requests. you are a brilliant scientist with many ideas I am sure. I assure you Qlik technology is not in your way on the contrary .