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Analysis of TSA Claims – Less than Expected

As I continue on my journey as an analyst, I keep running across interesting datasets. Over the last few weeks, I have been interested in various datasets around flying. So far I have found TSA claims from the past fifteen years and the number of passengers that have flown in the United States. Starting with […]

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Driving Sucks on Thursdays – Analysis of my Commute

I have been commuting through downtown LA for the last 6 months and have noticed some strange phenomenon over the weeks. Consistently I have found some days worse than others. Google Maps is one of my favorite applications and if I had to give up every app but one, I would save Google Maps. This […]

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What 9 Million Parking Tickets Says About Los Angeles

Over the last 4 years the Los Angeles Department of Transportation has given out 655 million dollars worth of parking tickets. As a resident of Southern California, I am all too familiar with walking out to my car after running inside real quick to grab my hat and finding that dreaded sun-faded white and yellow […]

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How to “Hack” Psychology Internships

This project started because my wife will eventually need to find an internship in order to graduate from grad school. As she told me more about the process, it sounded like a headache. There are more psych students than there are psych internships. Knowing this I wanted to give her as much of a competitive […]

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Van Gogh’s Life through his Favorite Colors

I set out to understand the life of a man through the colors he chose to use. Vincent van Gogh was an amazing painter who changed the art world more then he will ever know. What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything? – Vincent van Gogh As Vincent declared I […]

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