Section 002, Instructor: Sezgin Ayabakan

Weekly Question #9: Complete by November 29

Leave your response as a comment on this post by the beginning of class on November 29. Remember, it only needs to be three or four sentences. For these weekly questions, I’m mainly interested in your opinions, not so much particular “facts” from the class!

Leave a post about your group project:

  1. What is the subject of your group project?
  2. Which of your fellow scholars are in your group?

Only one group member has to make the post (only one post per group), but for your other group members to get credit they need to be mentioned in the post.

18 Responses to Weekly Question #9: Complete by November 29

  • Team One

    1) The subject of our project is police shootings and looking at various statistics from across the country on the rate of police shootings in each state, how many is killed, and some mental health issues that could be behind some of the actions of both parties involved in the confrontation.

    2) Will Mobley (myself), Erin Buckley, Zaur Bilalov, Bafode Keita, Kiba Kone, and Vignesh Sanuvalva

  • Team Poland Spring
    1) We chose to examine the data “Farmer Markets in New York State.” We want to analyze the difference between each farmer market based on their County, Location, Operation Hours, and Name to compare and come up with traits that offer a more successful market.
    2) Our group members: Christopher B., Dominic E., Nhi N., Hayden T., Chavisa A.

  • We chose to do police shootings around the country, the number of people killed during these standoffs, and looking at both parties during these incidents.
    Teammates: Will Mobley, Erin Buckley, Zaur Bilalov, Bafode Keita, Kiba Kone, and Vignesh Sanuvalva
    Reply

  • 1) We are examining data that comes from each of our top 10 movies of all time. The data we will be examining from these movies are their rotten tomatoes scores, lMBd scores, movie ratings, box office success, etc.

    2) Our group members: Andrew Kent, Seth Dennis, Janea Johnson, Stanley Levy, Kieran Bunney, Aislan Watt

  • Datanova
    1) Our subject is the immunization rate of pertussis and its incidence percentage. The data were collected from 7th-grade students who attended public/private school in the state of California. If more and more parents choose to follow the scientific method of immunization, would that lower the incidence percentage

    2) Our group members: Hanyu Sun, Ziliang Zhang, Tianyun Li.

  • TBD
    1) The subject of our group project is health conditions. We are comparing health conditions based on factors such as: age group, geographical circumstances, environmental factors, lifestyle, etc. and looking at the statistics of each of these factors.
    2) Our group members are: Christia E, Shayna B, Phillip M, Melissa N

  • TBD
    1) The subject of our group project is health conditions. We are comparing health conditions based on factors such as: age group, geographical circumstances, environmental factors, lifestyle, etc.
    2) Our group members are: Christia E, Shayna B, Phillip M, Melissa N

  • TBD
    1) The subject of our group project is health conditions. We are comparing health conditions based on factors such as: age group, geographical circumstances, environmental factors, lifestyles, etc.
    2) Our group members are: Christia E, Shayna B, Phillip M, Melissa N

  • S.A.W.R (C.A.S & R&W)

    1- The subject of our group project is employees salaries in Philadelphia. We want to analyze what jobs get paid highest and lowest and try to predict future best paying jobs in Philadelphia based on the last two years.

    2- Our group members are: Sarah M, Amjad, Ryan N, and Will B.

  • 1. The subject of our project is to see if the attendance of fans at a basketball game have any affect on the NBA team record
    2. Our group Members are: Ian B, Branden M, William K, and Andrew K

  • 1. The subject of our project is to analyze employee salaries in Philadelphia. We will identify the highest and lowest paying jobs, as well as predicting what jobs will be the highest paid in the future.
    2. Group members: Sarah M, Amjad, Ryan N, and Will B.

  • 1. the topic of our project is to see if the more point being score in a game of a team will define their rank in the season.
    2. Group members: Lihong, Khoa, Shuting

  • 1.Our group subject is to analyze the differences of U.S. food imports from other countries for 15 years, which includes kinds of food, such as vegetable, fruit, nut, meat.

    2.Our group Members are: JInzhao Zhang, Yan Chen, Ze wei Wen

  • 1.Our group subject is to analyze the CPI for food from 2015 to 2018. Specifically, our team will analyze the changes in food price indexes.
    2.Group members: Chengye H., Zihao P., Xiaohan S. Zhongzheng S.

  • .1. The subject of our project is to see if the attendance of fans at a basketball game have any affect on the NBA team record
    2. Our group Members are: Ian B, Branden M, William K, and Andrew K

  • 1: Our group will be analyzing data for taxis vs ride sharing apps to see what the impact of apps like uber and lyft have had on the market.

    2: Brandon Gorshin
    Kalen Allen
    Paul

  • 1. Our group subject is to analyze endangered ocean species. Our data will be collected from the websites such as data.gov, articles from 2017.
    2. Group Members: Minyoung Oh, Mathew Tarasiewicz., and Jose Rosario

  • 1. Our group project is to analyze ridership of Indego bike share bikes.
    2. Our group members are: Zach, Sean, Jack, Jake, Subin

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