I developed a linear regression model to identify relatively underpriced tickets to World Series games @ Chicago.
FiveThirtyEight’s ‘The Riddler’ – Enigmatology for Rainy Days
Solving FiveThirtyEight’s The Riddler puzzles with Python.
A party trick with MetroMile data
I wrote a software program that guesses a vehicle’s gear ratios based on empirical driving data (as collected and kept by Metromile).
Keeping Time on Will Shortz’s Sunday Puzzle
1 month into solving Sunday Puzzles, I start timing the program/brain work!
Hacking Will Shortz’s Sunday Puzzle
I wrote a program in Python to help me solve this week’s Sunday Puzzle.
Efficient Visualization: summarizing violations
My previous data product visualized municipal violations records for the purpose of optimizing operations in inspection & enforcement. This week, I look at…
Efficient Visualization: Addressing Code Violations Cases in Seattle
Seattle’s Open Data portal provides “current and historical information about complaints received that have become cases for further investigation” in…
Naïve models and time series data
You’ve probably played a fair amount of pointless games when you were a kid. One of them might have started like this:…
Efficient Visualization (Brown Paper Tickets part II)
Entertain a scenario for a minute: You organize and hold paid events regularly throughout the year. You’ve chosen Brown Paper Tickets as your…
Tutorial: Brown Paper Tickets API
I recently started a project working with ticket sales data from brownpapertickets.com and noted several unanswered questions in the developer…