Curriculum Development Using Design Thinking

I was recently given the opportunity to develop a series of geospatial information system (GIS) classes for the New York City Department of Transportation. These classes build on the successful series of data analytics classes I’ve been teaching for NYC employees and are intended to help develop the ability of NYCDOT employees to better leverage open […]

Demography and Subway Fares Part 1: MTA Fare Data

Note: This is part of a project I completed as part of a Data Mining class looking at using demographic data to predict fare type usage on the New York City Subway System. I’m publishing posts on the methods I used to analyze the data and the ultimate results in a series of blog posts. […]

Demography and Subway Fares: Introduction

This past Fall, I attempted to use US Census demographic data to predict fare-type usage on the New York City Subway system using a number of different machine learning algorithms.  The intention was to see if it was possible to predict the fare-type used at a particular subway station based on demographic information for the […]