to execute order statistics and graphics on your data. In my data analysis classroom, we learn the fundamental graphic techniques to understand the data better.
Talking to Thomas Bayes in heaven.
In my data analysis classroom, we learn the Law of Total Probability.
A big round of applause for our students Lawrence Vulis, Agata Bugala, Uziel Crescenzi, Alexander Fenichell and Deanna Greene for winning the 2016 EPA’s Campus Rainworks Challenge. They developed a master plan (Castor Project) for our Campus to capture rainwater. The Castor Project design is a novel climate-informed, optimal system for campus-wide stormwater management. It gives options to reduce stormwater runoff between 10% to 20% and increases permeable area from 8% to between 9-10%. They also plan to teach college and high school students about stormwater and water conservation. This project is a significant step towards improving stormwater management for New York City and campus sustainability for CCNY.
You can look at the master plan and the design boards here.
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In my data analysis classroom, we learn how to write functions in R.
We learn about independent events in my data analysis classroom.
In my data analysis classroom, we discuss conditional probability and the problem with Joe Pesci.
We learn more tricks in R in my data analysis classroom.
I teach my students how to predict my behavior.
I introduce Joe, Devine and Probability.