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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
This is a one-time job to determine the statistical probability of an outcome on a street paving construction job. Sound fun? Should be interesting. BACKBROUND: we are having a local street re-paved - switching from asphalt to brick pavers. There are 2 ways to set brick pavers: a) by hand, and b) by machine. Machine setting pavers saves considerable labor - and hence, considerable costs. PROBLEM: Machines set sections of pavers roughly 48" X 48" at a time - taking one row of pavers off of a pallet of pavers - one complete row at a time. Hand-set pavers pull bricks randomly from various pallets of pavers and set randomly. Since there may be inherent color variations or variations in stacking pavers on a pallet, there is a higher probability of machine set pavers leaving a) ghost lines - or stitch lines" where the different sections were installed against one another, and b) uneven color block sections that make some areas stand out more than others. I have attached a couple of photos of MACHINE SET pavers as reference. The ghost lines and color non-uniformity can be clearly seen. OBJECTIVE: The above photos are for TWO-COLORS of pavers being used, so with two colors randomly manufactured on each row of the pallet, there is inherent likelihood of getting an installation with ghost lines. RUN A PROBABILITY ANALYSIS: If we use THREE COLORS - assuming that all three colors are approximately equally distributed on each row of bricks on the pallet, what is the comparative probability of seeing the "ghost lines" and "color block" variations on our THREE COLOR bricks versus the TWO COLOR bricks in the photographs.
Skills: Predictive Analytics Statistics
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for someone with experience in data science and analytics that is very proficient in Excel working with large data sets and using VBA. This project could last anywhere from a week to over a month. The goal of this project will be to analyze and find correlations between certain variables and to use them to construct a predictive model. While I think this can all be done using Excel VBA, programming experience would also be helpful as this may be more efficiently done in R or SAS. Given that the content of this project is sports-related, it would be very helpful or essential to have a general understanding of sports and in particular sports games and odds. (For example- If you know what the terms "Moneyline", "Over/under", "Spread" are then you probably have enough basic knowledge to work on this). While this is not necessarily a requirement, it would save me time in having to explain the big picture. If you are skilled in Excel, working with large data, have a basic understanding of sports, and enjoy predictive modeling, this will be the job for you.
Skills: Predictive Analytics Data Science Excel VBA
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Must have +2years experience with developing state of art search systems for mega databases. Must be an independent freelancer, with prior experience or currently working with an internationally reputed company. 3rd party companies and consultancies, DO NOT APPLY. Must be an expert in predictive anaytics, and have experience incorporating predictive analytics within the search process.
Skills: Predictive Analytics Full-text Search Engines SQL
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
Hi, We (LoudCloud Systems, India) are in the process of finding Statistician to help us in developing our analytics product. Pls get in touch with me ASAP to discuss in details. Thanks & Regards, -Pradeesh Kumar 9920266263
Skills: Predictive Analytics R Statistics