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Data science career tips for holder of PhD in related field?

Hello,I am transitioning from a position in academia as a quantitative psychologist (theory and modeling of neural and behavioral events using mathematics and statistics), to the field of data science, and I am concerned with two central questions that will guide my actions going forward:1) Can you advise any books, websites, or tutorials that would be appropriate for someone much farther along in the educational game?  I am well versed in applied and theoretical math and statistics, and my Ph.D.

at the top of the page might get me noticed, but it also may not.  So for those who employ data science professionals, between two applicants - one with a quality certification and another with a PhD, both equal in skill areas and completed projects, do you lean one way or the other?  Favor the specificity of the certified candidate or the dedication of the Ph.D.

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