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    • Gerald Ardito
      Gerald Ardito commented on the blog Final Project Portfolio Page
      Dana, I really enjoyed reviewing your final project and reflection. Clearly, dog ownership data is very meaningful to you (it is to me as I am a dog owner as well). I continue to be impressed by your persistence and dedication. I know that...
      • Gerald Ardito
        Gerald Ardito commented on the blog Final Project Portfolio
        Siobhan, I completely agree with Dana. Your final presentation captured both the coding as well as the interpretive components of data analysis and visualization. I also loved that you posted everything to GitHub.  Great job!
        • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
          Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar commented on the blog Final Project Portfolio Page
          Hey Dana,  I enjoyed reading through your final project portfolio. Amazing job indeed! I think the way you organized all of your information into this single document was concise and well thought out--a great overview into your more...
          • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
            Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar commented on the blog Final Project Portfolio
            Hey Dana!  Thanks so much for the feedback! I appreciate it! Hopefully I'll be able to reflect back indeed and expand my R skills in future.  I really enjoyed working with you this semester as well!
            • Dana Paniagua
              Dana Paniagua commented on the blog Final Project Portfolio
              Hi Siobhan, You did a fantastic job on your final project portfolio. I really like that you created a website. It will be good to have as you continue exploring data analysis in the future, as you mentioned in your reflection. Your...
              • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar published a blog post Final Project Portfolio
                Please follow the link below to view the final project portfolio: https://sites.google.com/view/edu696hmotorvehiclecollisions/home Thank You!
                  • Dana Paniagua
                    Dana Paniagua

                    Hi Siobhan,

                    You did a fantastic job on your final project portfolio. I really like that you created a website. It will be good to have as you continue exploring data analysis in the future, as you mentioned in your reflection. Your screencast and attention to detail was impressive as well. I really enjoyed working with you this semester!

                    • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                      Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                      Hey Dana! 

                      Thanks so much for the feedback! I appreciate it! Hopefully I'll be able to reflect back indeed and expand my R skills in future. 

                      I really enjoyed working with you this semester as well!

                      • Gerald Ardito
                        Gerald Ardito

                        Siobhan,

                        I completely agree with Dana. Your final presentation captured both the coding as well as the interpretive components of data analysis and visualization.

                        I also loved that you posted everything to GitHub. 

                        Great job!

                      • Dana Paniagua
                        Dana Paniagua published a blog post Final Project Portfolio Page
                        Final Portfolio
                          • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                            Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                            Hey Dana, 

                            I enjoyed reading through your final project portfolio. Amazing job indeed! I think the way you organized all of your information into this single document was concise and well thought out--a great overview into your more in-depth exploration. Likewise with your screencast, I think it gave a great overview of your project's scope, as well as details about the data you collected. I'll repeat the comment I made on your previous project posting--love the graphs you created! Very easy to follow and gives great insight to your focus questions. I've learned a lot from your project. 

                            Thanks for sharing this. It's been a pleasure working with you throughout this semester! 

                            • Gerald Ardito
                              Gerald Ardito

                              Dana,

                              I really enjoyed reviewing your final project and reflection.

                              Clearly, dog ownership data is very meaningful to you (it is to me as I am a dog owner as well).

                              I continue to be impressed by your persistence and dedication. I know that learning R was challenging for you. And yet, I never saw you give up. 

                              I look forward to see how you end up incorporating these skills and principles into your teaching.

                              Thanks for a great semester.

                            • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                              Hey Dana,  Great! Thanks for sharing your process! No worries, and I'm glad you liked the maps! For me the maps were a little frustrating to make at first until I got the hang of it (I really wanted to use maps as the most logical...
                              • Dana Paniagua
                                Hi Siobhan, Thanks for the feedback! I'm glad you learned some interesting dog tidbits from my data and visuals. For the map, I just used an NYC subway map image from Google. After I analyzed which zip codes had the highest dog populations, I...
                                • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                  Hi Dana,  This is an amazing project! I'm a dog lover, and I definitely did not realize the entire process and cost for licensing, including renewals and all additional responsibilities, so I've definitely learned something new there...
                                  • Dana Paniagua
                                    Dana Paniagua commented on the file Refinement & Posting of Data
                                    Hello Siobhan, I have been impressed with your work this semester. You have set the bar very high, especially with this final analysis! I like how you explored new functions of R while refining. Your inferences based on the data were interesting...
                                    • Dana Paniagua
                                      Hi Siobhan, I enjoyed reading through your data and understanding how you were able to create and code map visuals. The way you explained your process was great. I also like how you connected the data to your own driving experiences.
                                      • Dana Paniagua
                                          • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                            Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                                            Hi Dana, 

                                            This is an amazing project! I'm a dog lover, and I definitely did not realize the entire process and cost for licensing, including renewals and all additional responsibilities, so I've definitely learned something new there to consider in my future plans to become a dog owner! And by the way, I love your dog!

                                            I think your project had some great visualizations, and I appreciated your use of bar graphs and pie charts in such a logical way to present your data. I found it quite interesting that Manhattan has a significantly higher licensed dog population--never quite thought about the population by cities before, and would have assumed it to be Brooklyn since it doesn't have the rush of the city like Manhattan does. 

                                            I'm interested to know how you were able to generate your map--I found that visual to be the most interesting to me, and showing the highest raking neighborhoods with dog populations gave me a different perspective, especially being closer to the water as you mentioned. 

                                            I would be interested in seeing further analyses regarding income, dog versus human populations, and even the impact on business in the area. Thanks for sharing such an insightful project! I can definitely see your skills growing over the past R projects and journals. I think this final project put everything together nicely, and your delivery of the information felt very conversational and engaging. 

                                            Thanks!

                                            Siobhan

                                            • Dana Paniagua
                                              Dana Paniagua

                                              Hi Siobhan,

                                              Thanks for the feedback! I'm glad you learned some interesting dog tidbits from my data and visuals. For the map, I just used an NYC subway map image from Google. After I analyzed which zip codes had the highest dog populations, I created the numbered bubbles in a word document to highlight the areas and "plot" them. The orange bubbles are not spot on since it's a smaller subway map, but they are very close to the general area. I really wanted to create maps such as yours using R, but this was the only way I could do so based on my R programming ability (or lack thereof!).

                                              • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                                                Hey Dana, 

                                                Great! Thanks for sharing your process! No worries, and I'm glad you liked the maps! For me the maps were a little frustrating to make at first until I got the hang of it (I really wanted to use maps as the most logical way to show my data, since I was having some trouble with plotly and isolating by locations), but once I figured the first one, making the rest was a breeze. But I completely understand what you mean!

                                              • Dana Paniagua
                                                Dana Paniagua uploaded the file journal 7.docx
                                                • Gerald Ardito
                                                  Gerald Ardito commented on the file Refinement & Posting of Data
                                                  Siobhan, Thanks. I can't wait to play with it.  
                                                  • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                    Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar commented on the file Refinement & Posting of Data
                                                    Hey Dr. A,  Thanks! Here's my attached code.   
                                                    • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                      • Gerald Ardito
                                                        Gerald Ardito commented on the file Refinement & Posting of Data
                                                        Siobhan, This is really impressive. Can you also post your code?
                                                        • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                          • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                              • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                                Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                                                                Hey Dr. A, 

                                                                Thanks! Here's my attached code. 

                                                                 

                                                                Motor Vehicle Collision Code

                                                                • Gerald Ardito
                                                                  Gerald Ardito

                                                                  Siobhan,


                                                                  Thanks. I can't wait to play with it.

                                                                   

                                                                  • Dana Paniagua
                                                                    Dana Paniagua

                                                                    Hello Siobhan,

                                                                    I have been impressed with your work this semester. You have set the bar very high, especially with this final analysis! I like how you explored new functions of R while refining. Your inferences based on the data were interesting to read, as you noted the areas with the most collisions were typically high-traffic areas such as airports, largest boroughs, high percentage of commuters, etc. I have a Fiat I drive around the city and the common reasons for collisions that you mentioned do not surprise me. What did surprise me is that the FDR Drive is not noted as one of the scariest driving experiences you might encounter in my opinion! Your maps are very sophisticated and your ability to code is top-notch. Great job on this. 

                                                                Quantitative Literature Analysis Spring 2018

                                                                Quantitative Literature Analysis Spring 2018

                                                                Here is the online home for our Quant Lit Analysis Class for Spring 2018.