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The law is the most important data set in every democracy, and making law is the most important civic process. Yet the law is often the hardest information to find, use and build with, while the lawmaking process is often the most opaque...
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The explosion of mobile technologies makes it possible to acquire vast amounts of data about individual behavior and social interactions. The challenge now is to learn how to analyze this Big Data and apply these new understandings to po...
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This tutorial will show you how to join tabular data to boundary files in ArcMap. As an example, it uses American Community survey data downloaded from Social Explorer and boundary files downloaded from census.gov. This is the fourth par...
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A free webinar on using the "acs" package in the R statistical programming language, featuring DUSP Lecturer Ezra Haber Glenn and hosted by the Orange County R User Group. This one-hour on-line event provides a general introduction to th...
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Whenever your “information device”… computer, pad computer, smart phone, video streaming device, etc. … is connected to a network of any sort… home network, office network, the internet, etc. … by ...
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Andrew McAfee, ’88, ’89, LGO ’90, Associate Director and Principal Research Scientist, The MIT Center for Digital Business Andrew McAfee is the associate director and principal research scientist at The MIT Center for D...
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MIT EECS - Qualcomm Undergraduate Researdch and Innovation Scholar Aakanksha Sarda presented her SuperUROP project titled "Image De-blurring Despite JPEG Artifacts" at the DEc. 6, 2012 SuperUROP poster session in the MIT Grier Room, 34-4...
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Does your laptop or desktop computer contain sensitive data, such as Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, protected health information, proprietary research data, or confidential legal data? If so, MIT policy and Massachusetts r...
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Transportation@MIT organized the first data hack-a-thon event, where talents with different skill sets gather and develop projects using trasportation-related data. For more information, please visit the event website.
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Computers have altered so many aspects of musician's lives, from digital performance, to electronic composition, to how we acquire and share new music, but only recently have they had the potential to transform how we study and anal...
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