Data, Machine Learning, and Austin B-Cycle

  • January 13, 2017
  • Scott
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Tim Gasser has written a series of posts analyzing Austin’s B-Cycle data. It’s a fascinating study of a topic of interest to Austinites: the B-Cycles; and a great set of examples for how to apply data science and machine learning to a data set.  It’s practically a tutorial on modern tools for data science.

adobe-spark-8And there may be a nice public-good benefit if Austin B-Cycle can improve their service as a result of Tim’s contributions.

 

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