Every state in America has numerous organizations and offices that handle large amounts of data for different things, from traffic issues to weather patterns to education details. Luckily for us, almost all the states have made it mandatory to make this information public for the sake of transparency. Listed below are 5 different such sets for you to use in your own data science project!
If you’re interested in similar datasets with a much smaller scope, check out our article on 5 city datasets worth looking into.
Try looking at the most viewed mountain pass cameras and compare that with the road and weather conditions, or finding a relationship between Puget Sound travel alerts and overall travel times. Be sure to check out the “New and Notable section” for deep and descriptive data visualizations, like an interactive plot of Governor Inslee’s proposed budget plan! …
Dubstech, the largest tech community at the University of Washington, hosted UW’s first Datathon, a data science hackathon for both beginner and advanced data science students, not too long ago. My team and I were responsible for writing the prompts. We decided to start searching the web (mostly Kaggle) for interesting data science problems which were challenging to both beginners and pros and could be scaled into full-blown projects after the Datathon.
Here are the 5 Data Science Project Prompts we came up with. …
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Kaggle has come up with a platform, where people can donate datasets and other community members can vote and run Kernel / scripts on them.
The open data from the World bank. The platform provides several tools like Open Data Catalog, world development indices, education indices etc.
Here is a link to datasets used by Five Thirty Eight in their stories. Each dataset includes the data, a dictionary explaining the data and the link to the story carried out by Five Thirty Eight.
Amazon provides a few big datasets, which can be used on their platform or on your local computers. …
All cities have to keep track of the information that flows through them from various departments and organizations. Fortunately, almost all of this data is available to the public for the sake of transparency. We have collected 6 of these datasets for you to use in your own projects!
Look through the extensive list of NYC departments and offices to see if something catches your eye, like maybe the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence or the Office of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting. …
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Applying for a data science job can be extremely stressful. The industry is bulging with new fresh candidates and is looking for the best candidates out there. To ace the interview, you have to PREPARE PREPARE PREPARE.
Below are the most helpful data science interview resources we have found on the internet for you.
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Data science is a booming industry today, often called “the sexiest job in the world”. However, it can be a pain to manually research and find the right learning resources to start your journey. We here at Data Science Library have put together an extensive index of online courses, videos, Medium posts, and books to help you get your journey started. Please enjoy!
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There’s a lot to cover in data science, so it might be easier to check out these blogs rather than dive headfirst into more specialized ones! They help put data science concepts into perspective by keeping them grounded in more understandable, real-world issues.
Machine learning uses statistical models and algorithms to teach a computer to perform a specific task. It sounds a lot easier than it actually is, as you can see from a few of these publications! …