You Asked, Lucy Answered: Police Data Challenge Twitter Chat

Last night we hosted a Police Data Challenge Twitter chat to field your questions as you declare your intent and start working with the data sets. Our Police Data Challenge expert Lucy D’Agostino McGowan offered some great insights and advice for our student teams.

Thanks to all who joined! We loved chatting with you and addressing your top questions about the contest.

View the full Twitter chat with #AskLucyPDC

Got a question not answered in the chat? Email Lucy at thisisstats@gmail.com.

Don’t forget! Declare your intent to join the Police Data Challenge by this Friday, October 20, at 11:59 p.m.

 

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