Introduction to the Dataset for Fall Data Challenge 2022
September 29, 2022
Students, get ready for this year’s Fall Data Challenge: After the Bell with this introduction to the dataset! The challenge will open for submissions on Monday, October 17 and will close Sunday, November 6 at 11:59 PM EST.
Don’t wait! Gather your teammates and take your first look at the data now.
Read the Overview
This overview offers an introduction to the dataset and its components that you definitely don’t want to miss, including the description of the data source, a synopsis of the data and some resources on data analysis.
Download the Dataset
Now that you’re oriented, you’re ready to jump into the data.
Note: Every team must use the 2019 dataset in your entries. However, you have the option to use the 2016 dataset in addition to the 2019 dataset if your team wishes to take on a greater challenge. Students also have the option to seek out their own additional datasets to include in their analysis, but this is not required.
Review the Guidelines
Check out the full contest rules and get all the details for what to include in your team’s submission. Remember, it’s not just about how you analyze the data itself–statisticians must also possess the soft skills to communicate their findings effectively!
Ready to Get Started?
Download the Dataset!
These and more Fall Data Challenge resources for students and educators can all be found on the This is Statistics Fall Data Challenge web page.
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