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Dave GoodsmithSeptember 4, 2016

Should Iron Workers Learn to Deal Blackjack?

As seen in the LA Times, details of our introductory analysis of 2016 California wage limits using pandas and python to explore open data.
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Savannah BurchfielAugust 11, 2016

Can Twitter Predict the Next Bachelor?

Rumors say that ABC will announce the 2017 bachelor after Bachelor in Paradise, but a quick look at Twitter reveals more than ABC is willing to announce.
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Savannah BurchfielJuly 25, 2016

A Data-Driven Perspective of The Bachelorette: Week 7

If the Bachelorette’s producers had a complete data science team monitoring engaged viewers would they infer that viewers respond to Alex, Jordan, and James?
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Dave GoodsmithJuly 22, 2016

Who is Dominating Pokémon GO at Comic-Con 2016? We Use Open Data and Crowd-Sourced Engineering to...

pokemon go surrounding comic-con are mostly team mystic. Interactive data visualization shows location and strength of the Poke Gyms as of noon on Friday 7/22.
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Savannah BurchfielJuly 4, 2016

A Twitter Recap of The Bachelorette: Week 5

Twitter traffic analysis of The Bachelorette Week 5: Buenos Aires when Wells and Derek get sent home by JoJo. Now Alex, James, Jordan, Luke, and Chase are left.
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Dave GoodsmithJune 26, 2016

Sansa's Revenge Soars on Twitter

Game of Thrones' Sansa Stark takes revenge on Ramsay Bolten in Battle of the Bastards. Twitter reacts with 4 times the velocity. Read about the big data.
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Dave GoodsmithJune 20, 2016

GoT Analysis: Arya Survives. Twitter Erupts.

Data Analysis of Comparative Social Engagement after Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8: “No One”
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Dave GoodsmithJune 6, 2016

GoT Data Picks Running Mates for Trump & Clinton

With the way politics are going these days, is it so farfetched to imagine Game of Thrones characters in the presidential race? We asked the data.
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Dave GoodsmithJune 2, 2016

Hodor Inspires Most Tweets Since Jon Snow

Hodor! Reaction reached its highest level since Snow’s resurrection. A peak sustained velocity of over 4,500 tweets per minute included the word “Hodor”.
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Dave GoodsmithMay 25, 2016

Audience Loves Sansa’s Joy and Daenerys’ Anger

An analysis of the emotional content used in Game of Thrones reveals patterns indicating how and why these moments thrilled the Game of Thrones fandom.
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