My name is Webber from Auckland, New Zealand. I am currently in my second year studying the bachelor of computer and information science. I have chosen to do a double major in computational intelligence and analytics. My goal is to become a data scientist after graduation. I am currently trying to decide which paper to take for the following semester, the options are "physical database design" and "Data structures and algorithms" (I have attached the following images of the paper descriptor for both courses).

My question is, which paper should I choose for the next semester that would be best fit for my goal to becoming a data scientist?

Thank you in advance and I look forward to hearing from you.

Regards Webber Inline image 1Inline image 2Inline image 3


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