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discussion on how we can use statistical methods to measure and improve the efficacy of http://freeCodeCamp.com
@AdventureBear your times of glory are gone! :)
People: For those who don't know @AdventureBear is a used-to-be well known participant :) (she is almost a FCC founder) and the author of few templates, like the Bootcamp Calculator or the d3.js bar chart viz.
@AdventureBear still, you question is important... we have been working on few things on that regard, but at the moment that part stays experimental. Not so easy as saying "one-two-three-Done!". :)
By the way: did you know about the FCC survey (Quincy)? Will you have some time to see if you can contribute with ideas and opinions, if not with a viz?
And how are your personal projects going?? The app for training performance measurement: is that already in the market or are you waiting for "the right moment"? :)
adventurebear sends brownie points to @emilaasa and @zcassini and @evaristoc :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
Anyway @AdventureBear: there is also now a reddit channel that is gaining momentum, and it is not as crowd. Otherwise just use your influences: mutantspore is already a master in front end development for example...
Anyway: I am interested in your experience, hard to check in the Front-End room and the Back-End room...
Again, take it easy and see if we can help!
Really?? That is an honour! He didn't tell me that. Probably talking about the survey project...
I hope you will also have some time for that, @zcassini... even offering advice and small support here and there will come handy. Don't want to take the 100% of the time of anyone, but if we can all give a 5% of the time as a group, that could make a difference. Then Quincy will have to make a long list of people to talk about in the next podcast... :)
People: getting to go... @erictlaung I will check those files as soon as I am back
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For the survey dataset @erictleung and me will be working on the dataset using R instead. R is @erictleung's choice as he has more expertise with that language. I can help him as I know R too. I also like R for some stuff...
However, @erictleung code introduced me for the first time to an already old R package, the dplyr library, one that improves the management of the R data frames:
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@zcassini Probably because 29 sounds more milennian? 30 is always a scary number... :)
@QuincyLarson Debts: I am getting numbers for student loans and mortgage... Strange -> no-one had a combined loan? I don't think so...
The average loan is:
Data that was "incorrectly" reported by the user was automatically excluded of these analyses. We are trying to rescue as much values as possible.
Hope this helps! Take care!
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actaully i should trim this down more. at how many moths do you want to consider it an invalid answer?