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Will Virginia Be A Bellwether For Next Year

All the excitement is on the Democratic side.  Right?  At least that is the general consensus going into this off-year’s elections in Virginia and New Jersey.   630 more words

Elections

Data Visualization Basics: Choosing your data wisely

Welcome back to the second post in my Data Visualization Basics series. Today I want to chat about what data will best serve you for visuals. 361 more words

Higher Education

Minneapolis crime pattern since 2013

With the Minneapolis mayoral and city council elections only a few weeks away, crime is still a top issue. How will the mayoral candidates fair and will crime continue to remain a top issue? 302 more words

Matt Johnson

Building a Trading Algorithm with Node.js – Introduction (Part 1)

For all you JavaScript fans (myself included), we have been blessed with 3 new libraries from the coding gods.

They are: keras.js, TensorFire, and Google’s own… 774 more words

Dynamic Landscape of Fear

The Snapshot team have written another paper using the Snapshot data we all help to classify. The paper A ‘dynamic’ landscape of fear: prey responses to spatiotemporal variations in predation risk across the lunar cycle… 641 more words

Animals

BA vs BI

Source: https://www.betterbuys.com/bi/business-intelligence-vs-business-analytics/

Maintaining vs. revolutionizing

Business Intelligence is needed to run the business while Business Analytics are needed to change the business.

BI is focused on creating operational efficiency through access to real time data enabling individuals to most effectively perform their job functions. 76 more words

Data Analysis

Winning Low Turnout Special Elections and Congressional Republicans Retiring Does Not Indicate A Wave Is Forming For Democrats

Last week was a pretty good week for Democrats.  The party flipped an open legislative seat in Oklahoma and a seat in New Hampshire.  According to Daily Kos both of these seats were deeply red seats (yes, Oklahoma, not so much New Hampshire).   1,207 more words

Politics