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Hi, this is Chris! from Dr. Boncella’s class! Very nice article, your nifty trick made a great movement towards your main goal! Nice usage of logistic regression, thank you for sharing this!
Hello, my name is Diana Martinez-Ponce. I am another student from Dr. Boncella's Data Mining class. When you talked about the confusion matrix, it was a great way to explain it. I was always a bit confused with them but I get it better now. I have heard about QGIS and so I liked reading on how you used it. I was wondering if you had good resources in order to learn QGIS? Thanks ,
Hi! My name is Nilam Dangi and I am a student in Dr. Boncella's Data Mining and Modelling class at Washburn University. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your article and found this article to be really informative. After reading this article, it made more sense about Logistic Regression and Naive Bayes analysis that we are doing in the class. Thank you for the information!
Hello, I am Sangya Yogi, one of the students from Dr. Boncella's Data Mining and Modeling class at Washburn University. I really enjoyed your article. It was thorough and informative. The use QGIS in the post was quite interesting to me as it definitely makes the visualization more effective. I was also curious what other violations do you recommend to use into the model to improve the model’s accuracy? Thank you!
Hi ! My name is Simon and I am a student in Dr. Boncella's Data Mining and Modeling class at Washburn University. I enjoyed reading your post and loved your simple, yet detailed, information of the process you followed. The initial steps taken to make the dataset ready for analysis using pandas reminded me of the Data Discovery and Management class I took last semester. Your work made me think about a possible research topic- the severity of the emergencies, where factors like the average age of buildings in the boroughs could be used to make the prediction. Also, what do think about the use of Power BI in visualizing your findings in a bubble map? I found your post really interesting and informative. Thank you !
Hello, my name is Kristen H. I am enrolled in Dr. Boncella's Data Mining Course at Washburn University. I enjoyed your post! The layout of your investigation was very thorough, and sequential, which lends to reproducibility of results. The post was also humanizing in you focused and re-valuating the logistic and naive bayes models. Testing models and variable combinations is one of the.... time consuming joys of modeling. I was curious if you considered topographic data such as elevation, flood zone, or other NOAA data for weather in the analysis? That may require significant effort, but it may add a dimension to the analysis that other data does not.
Hello, I'm Peyton Wilson and I'm enrolled in Dr. Boncella's Data Mining and Modeling class at Washburn University. I really enjoyed reading through your process in this article. I am curious about how the addition of more data (census data, income data, etc.) would help or hurt the model? Do you believe there is a point where the model could have too much data? If so, I would like to hear your opinion on what you believe to be the optimal amount of data for this model? (if you were to build on it)
I'm Brandon. M, a student in Dr. Boncella's Data Mining and Modeling class at Washburn University. I found this article incredibly insightful to how to use pandas to create machine learning algorithms! I want to learn how to use python to create useful insights from data, would you mind posting to me a copy of your code you wrote to my email email@example.com ? I would love to check it out and see if there are any insights to gain that I could use for my future in data science. Thank you!