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Justin McBride liked Naresh Devineni's blog post How much rain can you count
Feb 16
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How much rain can you count

On the fifth day of February 2017, I embarked upon this journey to create a platform to make data analysis easy for at least a million people. When I began, and even now, I am no expert in this field. Over the years, I have learned several concepts from my mentors and other masters, and I believe I am only a conduit…See More
Feb 13
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How much rain can you count

On the fifth day of February 2017, I embarked upon this journey to create a platform to make data analysis easy for at least a million people. When I began, and even now, I am no expert in this field. Over the years, I have learned several concepts from my mentors and other masters, and I believe I am only a conduit…See More
Feb 13
Robert Arvanitis commented on Naresh Devineni's blog post What is Return Period?
"Good explanation of x% probability versus the "mnemonic" that traders and underwriters may use as "return period of 1/x%." Let's say we want a certain degree of confidence that the event is 10%, or 1%, or 0.1%/.  Worth…"
Oct 5, 2017
Naresh Devineni posted a blog post

What is Return Period?

Your recent vocabulary may include “100-year event” (happening more often), (drainage system designed for) “10-year storm,” and so on, courtesy mainstream media and news outlets. For instance, in a recent article in Chicago Tribune, the author described the Brays Bayous of Houston and its design capacity.Houston drainage grid ‘so obsolete it’s just…See More
Oct 3, 2017
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Naresh Devineni's blog post was featured

What is Return Period?

Your recent vocabulary may include “100-year event” (happening more often), (drainage system designed for) “10-year storm,” and so on, courtesy mainstream media and news outlets. For instance, in a recent article in Chicago Tribune, the author described the Brays Bayous of Houston and its design capacity.Houston drainage grid ‘so obsolete it’s just…See More
Oct 3, 2017
Naresh Devineni updated their profile
Jun 8, 2017

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Naresh Devineni is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering and a Faculty Affiliate at NOAA-Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology Center in The City College of New York. He has diverse interests in hydro-climate modeling and extremes analysis, statistical methods, water sustainability and risk assessment and water systems analysis. He is also the creator of the website www.dataanalysisclassroom.com where people with all backgrounds can learn data analysis, probability and statistics in a fun and intuitive way without the technical lingo.
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City University of New York's City College
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Assistant Professor
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How much rain can you count

Posted on February 10, 2018 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

On the fifth day of February 2017, I embarked upon this journey to create a platform to make data analysis easy for at least a million people. When I began, and even now, I am no expert in this field. Over the years, I have learned several concepts from my mentors and other…

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What is Return Period?

Posted on October 3, 2017 at 12:00am 1 Comment

Your recent vocabulary may include “100-year event” (happening more often), (drainage system designed for) “10-year storm,” and so on, courtesy mainstream media and news outlets. For instance, in a recent article in Chicago Tribune, the author described the Brays Bayous of Houston and its design capacity.…

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