Final Exam will be on Dec 19, 2018 Wednesday between 08:00am – 10:00am in our regular classroom (Alter 232)
Here is the study guide for the third (final) exam.
Here is the review that I will do in class. Caution that these items do not cover the entire set of subjects you will be responsible for in the exam.
Here is the study guide for the second exam.
Exam #2 is on Nov 2
Here is the study guide for the first exam.
Couple of items for your attention:
- Day: Oct 5, Friday
- Time: Between 9:00am and 9:50am
- Location: Alter 232
- Closed-book and -notes. No computers.
I will hold an exam review sessions on Monday and Wednesday during our regular class time and location.
Temple is hosting a university-wide data visualization contest–Comcast NBCUniversal Analytics Challenge.
Guideline for participation is posted here. Participation rules:
- Any student currently enrolled at Temple University can participate.
- PhD students may not enter.
- Work individually or in teams.
- No registration required.
- Choose one of the three challenges and address one or more of the questions for that challenge.
You can pick any of these three challenges:
- Comcast NBCUniversal: How can media companies align with esports?
- AmerisourceBergen: Why do pharmacies buy drugs from non-primary vendors
- Alexion: Who are the winners and losers in healthcare funding and payments?
Follow the guideline for further details and what and how to submit your work.
Extra credit rule:
- Once you submit, email me your submission to get an extra credit.
- If your submission is comprehensive enough (addressing the question asked by the company), you will receive 5 points towards your lowest exam score. Simply, your lowest exam score will be increased by 5 points.
- Last day to submit your work to the challenge is Oct 31.
Other possible benefits:
There are multiple categories to win and if you win in any of those categories you will receive a cash prize 🙂 Total cash prize is $12,000 this year.
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