Here at Lighthouse Labs, our first data science bootcamp students graduated and showed what they learned in 12 weeks of intensive learning by presenting their final data science projects. As our graduates have different backgrounds and personal interests, there were a variety of data science & machine learning topics—from public health, e-commerce, and stock market, to the following three areas:
Carly F., previously a product development engineer
Used Major League Soccer team’s historic data and a data science model called Pitch Control to calculate probability of retaining ball possession throughout the match.
Sean M., previously an oil and gas engineer
Baseball team’s sentiment modeling analysis
Created a sentiment model to analyze over 5.2 million reddit comments and predicted revenue growth potential, sentiment trending, and marketing themes.
Jack L., background in environmental science
Impact of micro-transit and paratransit on marginalized and mobility challenged individuals
Geospatial patterns to uncover community demographics through unsupervised learnings.
(Data: Partnership data from Spare Labs Inc, Ridership records from 2019 / 2020 in Dallas, Texas, US Census data, City of Dallas bus routes)
Phani Madhavi S., background in nanotechnology
Classification of breast cancer from histopathology images through deep learning & image recognition.
Julien T., background in post-production
Machine learning to play & improve video game performance
Reinforcement learning experiment to for AI to play a video game and tracked its performance over time
David L., background in statistics
Steam video game recommendation engine based on play data
Key features include recommendations for new and existing users, rating prediction for specific user and application.
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