We’ve all been there, on the search for the best, whether it be for a certain product or maybe even a job or partner. The search can be endless leading from one thing to the next, tirelessly gathering data and trying to make the best decision. There’s a quote from Steve Jobs,
Using information scraped from the internet about the performance of over 4000 movies as well as release data we can begin to build a model to predict the domestic total gross of a given movie. Below you can find a table of the data used, showing the info for the top 5 grossing movies in the data set.
Let’s start with analyzing some fascinating data about how people move about a city, and in this instance one of the largest cities in the United States. There are many things one can learn from analyzing how people move throughout a city depending on what mode of transportation is being analyzed. In this case, studying the way people move throughout the city of New York using MTA turnstile data. Using this data, one can begin to figure out where people are coming from and where they are headed. They can be coming from their place of residence and going to work, vice-versa, or maybe they are just tourists roaming around the city.
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