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Wondering what to cook for Thanksgiving? This is a question asked all across the United States this time of year, but the answer often depends on where you live. Big data analysts at AllRecipes.com and Tableau Software worked to parse over 78 million recipe page views stretching from last Thanksgiving to uncover most popular foods by state.
I ran across a Tweet recently that pointed me to a discussion over on Professor Andrew Gelman’s blog, “Statistics is the least important part of data science.” Dr. Gelman is a Professor of Statistics and Political Science at Columbia University and prior Ph.D. adviser of Rachel Schutt, author of Doing Data Science which I reviewed earlier this month.
AMT is a clearinghouse for performing Human Intelligence Tasks, i.e. things best done my humans equipped with the most powerful computer of all – the brain. AMT is a facility used by machine learning developers to get results from Mechanical Turk workers, and allows average human computers (you and me) to earn a small stipend for each classification completed.