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How to Analyze Your Predictable Data: Anomaly Detection

There is predictable data as far as the eye can see. Millions of variables quietly tracing the path we thought, and perhaps hoped, they would. Because there are so many, noticing when one of these variables does something unexpected is a task that is unsolvable by diligence alone. In order to spot these rare unexpected observations, we need an often-overlooked statistical analysis: anomaly detection. ~4 minute read.Why Anomaly Detection is Super UsefulImagine for a moment that you invented a…See More
May 8, 2015
John Geer posted a blog post

How to Analyze Your Predictable Data: Anomaly Detection

There is predictable data as far as the eye can see. Millions of variables quietly tracing the path we thought, and perhaps hoped, they would. Because there are so many, noticing when one of these variables does something unexpected is a task that is unsolvable by diligence alone. In order to spot these rare unexpected observations, we need an often-overlooked statistical analysis: anomaly detection. ~4 minute read.Why Anomaly Detection is Super UsefulImagine for a moment that you invented a…See More
May 7, 2015
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Sep 22, 2013
John Geer posted a blog post

A Data Science Example: Deciding When to Sell Your House

Interest in homes for sale and home prices are notably seasonal. We can use data science to investigate this annual pattern. By analyzing search volume we see high levels of interest in homes for sale in the spring and summer, followed by a steep decline in the fall. Analyzing a home price index reveals a similar pattern with high prices in the summer and low prices in the winter. ~3 minute readTiming MattersPeople are more interested in umbrellas when it is raining, bathing suits when it is…See More
Sep 18, 2013

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A Data Science Example: Deciding When to Sell Your House

Posted on September 18, 2013 at 6:16pm 1 Comment

Interest in homes for sale and home prices are notably seasonal. We can use data science to investigate this annual pattern. By…

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