What’s Wrong With CRISP-DM

Jen Stirrup explains the issues with CRISP-DM, a model for data mining:

The model no longer seems to be actively maintained. At the time of writing, the official site, CRISP-DM.org, is no longer being maintained. Further, the framework itself has not been updated on issues on working with new technologies, such as Big Data.

Jen then contrasts with with Microsoft’s Team Data Science Process framework; click through for that.

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