Reference Generation: A Method for Venue Recommendation

Jerry Finn

Data Processing

Being concise is often a virtue and sometimes it is also a necessity. It’s especially interesting to explain something as complex as data science in just 6 minutes. This was the idea behind the Pecha-Kucha talks at the NetSci2015 conference of the Network Science Society in Zaragoza, Spain. The Pecha-Kucha presentation style recommends 20 slides for 20 seconds each, forcing …

Predicting Regional Economic Indices

Jerry Finn

Data Processing

It’s not unusual for people to complain about the timeliness of macroeconomic statistics. Governments are constantly revising GDP figures and unemployment rates well after the fact. It seems when it comes to economic statistics it’s tough to make predictions about the past. Other limitations are that the nature of the data that is used as input to official government economic …