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Data analysis in Hamburg

by Giles Strong

Guten Tag! Last week I took a short break from my secondment in Padova (which is going well, expect a post on it sometime) to attend a CMS data-analysis school hosted by The Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron ( 774 more words

Physics

My Best Day in September~~~ 🎐🎐🎐

After thinking day and night, every minute, every second, 7/24 for a week, I finally solved the calculation problem that bothered me and Le Supervisor for the last 3 weeks. 166 more words

Alumni Stories Intern, Recruitment Committee

Application Deadline
Friday, October 28, 2016

Eligibility
Applicants must be English majors or minors interested in alumni outreach, PR, and/or event organizing and a minimum 3.0 GPA. 139 more words

Social Media Marketing

10 Reasons Why Analysis is Important continued

Click here for part one

6) Objectivity for all

The game is one full of subjectivity and opinions. This is good. Using opinions as the sole basis from which to structure sessions and tactics is bad. 465 more words

Coaching

The Beginner Project - Titanic Dataset

I began this journey of Data Analysis and predicting trends using past data with a classic dataset from Kaggle. It’s basically predicting the survival on the Titanic with given passenger data. 62 more words

Data Analysis

Predict the Insurance Plan - AllState Insurance Dataset

There was this interesting dataset in Kaggle, where we have the customer profile dataset from the AllState Insurance Company. We have to predict which of the insurance plans the customer will choose, from a number of the plans they have got the quote from. 90 more words

Data Analysis

Total Youth Arrests for Violent Crime Still Falling Nationwide

by Jeffrey A. Butts
September 27, 2016

According to national estimates calculated with data released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in September 2016, law enforcement agencies across the United States made more than 50,000 violent crime arrests involving youth under age 18 in 2015, compared with 100,000 ten years earlier. 308 more words

Jeffrey Butts