Due Thursday, March 12
Each group must write (at least) one page describing their plans for the project project. It must include the following details:
Finally, you must discuss your findings with me after your return from Spring Break. Thursday, March 12 will be dedicated to group discussions about projects. Please be prepared.
You may turn in your writeup by depositing it into your group Github repository.
As a reminder of the group project:
Presentationfile). If your group chooses this option, presentations will be 10 minutes in duration (preferrably, within about 30 seconds on either side of that time). This is hard: you will need to be able to quickly and clearly present a few results.
Note that existing is taken to mean that you are not permitted to collect data by interacting with other people. That is not to say that you cannot gather data that previously has not been gathered into a single place—this sort of exercise is encouraged. ↩
Pie charts of any kind will result in a 25\% grade deduction. ↩
This is an extremely dumb idea for a number of reasons. Moreover, it’s worth mentioning that sports data, while rich, can be overwhelming due to its sheer magnitude and the variety of approaches that can be applied. Use with caution. ↩
This exercise provides you with an opportunity to identify your marketable skills and to practice them. I encourage those who will be looking for jobs soon to take this exercise seriously. ↩