In 2020, ~5.8 million Americans were living with Alzheimer’s and that number is projected to increase to 14 million by 2050. Currently, 1 in 5 Alzheimer’s patients are misdiagnosed, and the ability to diagnose correctly at an early stage is … Continue reading Alzheimer’s MRI Image Classification
This was the question I had to investigate for my Big Data Platforms final project using 25M+ tweets. The tweets, from mid-October through mid-November, were extracted from the Twitter API and were provided for the project through Google Cloud Storage. … Continue reading Is Twitter a Credible Source For COVID-19 Information?
I have been subscribed to 365 Data Science for just over a year now, and what I enjoy about their online training program is not only does it have courses for the basics and fundamentals in math, programming and data … Continue reading Fashion Analytics in Tableau
Given that this is a blog about my journey to becoming a data scientist, I found it apt to share on here my next step on this journey, which is that this fall I will be starting my Master of … Continue reading The University of Chicago: Master of Science in Analytics (MScA)
Over the past couple of months, I was a student of MIT’s online Digital Marketing Analytics course. As an SEO, I thought it was important to understand the impact that all digital channels have on each other and how when … Continue reading MIT: Digital Marketing Analytics