Data Science

Overview In cities across the US, bike sharing programs are becoming increasingly popular. Anyone can rent a bike by the hour or by the day from any of the communal bike sharing stations. Washington D.C. has one of these programs. Hadi Fanaee-T   at the University of Porto compiled this data into a CSV file, which contains 17,380 rows. Each row represents the bike rental count “cnt” for a single hour of a single day. We...

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Other Projects

Posted By on Jan 13, 2017

 Mini Projects Some of my projects don’t warrant their own page, so I’ve added them here.  WiP Work in Progress – I’ve added some yet to be completed projects below. Visualizing Gender Gap of College Degrees Python, Jupyter Notebook, Data Visualization Learn More Predicting the Stock Market Python, scikit-learn, Linear Regression Learn More Analyzing Movie Reviews Python, Jupyter Notebook, Pandas, Matplotlib,...

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Visualizing Star Wars Survey Data

Posted By on Jan 11, 2017

While waiting for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the team at FiveThirtyEight was interested in answering some questions about Star Wars fans. One question that particularly interested the team was: Does the rest of America realize that “The Empire Strikes Back” is clearly the best of the bunch? The team needed to collect data before they could get started answering this question. They used SurveyMonkey, an online survey tool, to survey...

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Analyzing US Gun Deaths

Posted By on Dec 8, 2016

Project: Exploring Gun Deaths In The US In this project, we’ll be analyzing data on gun deaths in the US, and trying to find patterns in the demographics of the victims. Code and data behind Gun Deaths in America project. There are three files in this repository: guns.csv – cleaned gun-death data from the CDC for 2012-2014. census.csv – cleaned census data on the US population. Gun_Deaths.ipynb – code in...

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Predicting Future Revenue

Posted By on Oct 7, 2016

Predicting Future Revenue for StandDesk, which sells automatic height adjustable desks. Github Repository: Github Please follow and like...

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  In late 2010, my online poker career began in earnest when I stopped working at a sales job selling marketing to attorneys. Several months earlier I had learned that it was still possible to play online poker in the US, even though the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) had been passed in 2006.  UIGEA made it illegal for banks to do transactions with gambling sites.  I deposited money on Pokerstars, played in a...

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