Predicting the Willingen 2017 men’s ski jumping competition

In an earlier post of mine, I carried out an analysis on ski jumping data for Zakopane, Poland and attempted to predict which athletes would end up on the podium. I also created a classification tree and tested it on the 2017 competition data with good results. For this side project of mine, I hope… Continue reading Predicting the Willingen 2017 men’s ski jumping competition

Advertisements

Predicting the Zakopane 2017 men’s ski jumping competition

When I was a young boy with a wild imagination, I used to try my hand at numerous sports ranging from tennis to gaelic footbal to soccer, each with varying degrees of success. Living in the countryside throughout my childhood, a big garden allowed me to construct vivid simulations of soccer championships (crowd and all)… Continue reading Predicting the Zakopane 2017 men’s ski jumping competition

An Analysis of Global Shark Attacks between 1543-2016

Travelling to a warm country and plan on hitting the beach? "Beware of the sharks!!" While the expression has almost become a cliché at this stage, shark attacks do occur and the fact that the global ocean is heating up potentially facilitates the occurrence of attacks (I would refer to them as interactions but we… Continue reading An Analysis of Global Shark Attacks between 1543-2016