itt we post a tool we use at work and anons try to guess our job
Ok guess mine. Seriously I feel like this thread is going to be mostly adobe suit screenshots. Who do you think has the time to post on /b/ while working anyway.
Can you inbreds even guess
I sent my portfolio to every company I could find until one hired me.
The ones I know do that in their spare time. Programmers also. What's your job? Some kind of analyst?
Hey that's cool man, good luck with that. Deadlines are a nightmare sometimes but, hey, you'll have a constant income now.
They don't let me do design as much now because it was a small company at first so I had to work on tons of different projects at once. Now we hired an actual designer.
Nah man, research on regular old math formulas.
>Can this be proven?
>Can I prove it?
Maybe, let's try
>Can we combine results
Oh man that's a new dank theorem, maybe I can publish yo
So no secret selling to any illuminatis or such. Just regular old mathematics.
Looks like some quantitative analysis. The text is too blurry to read but looks like possibly distribution inside a bell curve just to +/1SD. You definitely are not a professional photoshopper or the text would have been easier to read but that's my guess.
No, and I can spell blind too. But to address your point, yes your text is marginally readable. And small. And blurry. And I'm not putting that much damn work in for an answer on a thread, especially when I already know I'm in the ballpark.
In other words, I sure as hell wasn't going to go google that bullshit on your page. And if it wasn't a distribution on a bell curve, I was in the ballpark anyway. Quantitative business analysis.
The text isn't blurry?
But yes my research branches over in quant and such stuff.
It's mostly about asymptotic distributions and spectral distributions and approximations.
At the moment I'm working on multivariate chi-squared distribution and it's spectral distribution.
That's great. I did all that shit and, to keep it in laymans terms, used regression analysis in optimization models for forecasting, staffing, running a Kanban inventory model, and about a hundred other things about 20 years ago when I worked for a fortune 3 company and was a pioneer in the field. My work resulted in multiple millions of dollars in profit and/or loss avoidance over more than a decade.
And speaking of decades, I may be a few decades older than you so you'll forgive my eyesight. It happens after years of looking at small numbers on a computer screen. Enjoy!
It's very useful, since much data is normally distributed. But it is super boring tho
That's really cool dude. You got anything decent out of it? Did they even have tons of data at that time or was it like... you know.. more or less guesswork?
close. not aviation though. I don't really care though, I've lost all motivation over the last few months. I do maybe 15-20 minutes of work a week (if that) and just troll 4chan and youtube until its time to go home. I used to be a super hard worker until I realized that either way the corporate dick would be splitting my asshole open.
Basically I get paid 46 an hour to keep up to date on dank memes
I pioneered data mining with the the company I was with in the early 90s and then pioneered the incorporation of all that data into relational database that ultimately allowed for inputs from probably 1 dozen mainframe reports and managerial input data tables and the output was one page of high-value performance data on hundreds of employees.
Before me, they had a 3 foot stack of dot matrix printout to go through...and never did. I changed the game at this world-renowned company with that, but that's only one example. I took that concept and utilized it in more and more ways, always challenging what was possible and...as much as possible...delivering that which everyone else in management believed to be impossible.
But, you are correct in that before data mining there was no data stream. This was the pre-windows DOS environment and I started out with Lotus 1-2-3 and Monarch before Windows 3.1 came out and I could really get fancy with it.
Make them do a regression analysis without a computer or calculator. Tell them it will benefit them to learn how to do it with pencil and paper.
And thanks for the holy fuck part.
So you're taking my advice and running out some clock now haha? Penalty question then. In addition to is it European I also will need to know if it's a major interest in that field...let's say in the top 5-10 companies in the world in that field.
So you're probably reading my comment and thinking, damn, if I'm not working for a European based company his next question will be if it's Chinese. If that's a no then he'll have the company I work for narrowed down to:
Let's let this one go...
Checked that site, we are not on that list. Searched my company through their search though
Note. No QBA required for this one, unless you really appreciate the discernment needed to get an adequate R-squared for all your variables in a production function but that's really getting nit-picky now.
Sure;) I'll give you credit for not blowing smoke at this point to cover your tracks. Also will not note that if I was sure you were coming back to answer my last questions and if I wanted to nail it you were maybe one more question away from me nailing down the exact company but it's all good. And just be careful in your assumptions about what can or can not be derived from a screenshot. You never know. It was a fun guessing game it's good that it stopped where and as it did. Best wishes going forward.
Yeah. I mean you basically have boiled it down to the Chinese and European based companies and...with you speaking English so well...I know which way I'm leaning. Just a handful of choices then and, without any IP magic, it wouldn't take too much to figure that out. Now, I know the gist of this thread is just figuring out your job....not the exact market segment and company but there's always someone who wants to over-achieve haha.
This should be easy