The title of the talk is Economics Red in Tooth and Claw, and it’s about Cuba.
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The last Economics Colloquium of the year, at 4:30 on Wednesday, May 27th, Steitz 102: Data Science for Humans Shilad W. Sen Macalester College,Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science Data scientists mine massive datasets to help software understand our tastes, needs, and routines. Want to become a data scientist? Many new data science degrees incorporate … Continue reading Data Science for Humans
UPDATE: Schafer tapped to lead Large Synoptic Survey Telescope(LSST) Informatics and Statistics Science Collaboration. Big Science + Big Data = Big Opportunities: An Overview of Statistics in Astronomy Chad Schafer Department of Statistics Carnegie Mellon University Progress in disciplines such as astronomy is increasingly being made through large-scale, multi-institution projects, often referred to as “Big Science.” It … Continue reading Econ Colloquium — Big Data Monday at 4:30