One of our awesome data scientists, Jed Dougherty, built a project predicting how long it takes NYC Government Information and Services to respond to 311 calls, depending on the neighborhood the call comes from. Find out how he uses open data APIs and Python in Dataiku DSS to do this.
In this project, he used a combination of open data sources by connecting to them through their APIs:
It's on Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 at
In just 15 minutes, Jed will walk you through his whole workflow. You can see exactly how he uses weather, US census, and 311 call APIs to create a dataset on which he predict how long New York City Government and Information services take to respond to complaints depending on what type of neighborhood the calls where made in. You’ll also get an in-depth look at how Dataiku DSS' scheduling features work efficiently with partitioning options to automate the whole workflow.
So stop hesitating and join us on Wednesday May 11th! If you can't make it after all, at least you'll get the recording.
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