Thank you everyone that came to view my presentation! I hope that you learned something and please reach out to me if you have questions. You can download my PowerPoint here. Data and scripts available upon request.
Thank you for taking time to read my blog. If you want to discuss any of the topics I've blogged about or more I'll be at the ISWA World Congress 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland on September 26 to discuss and demonstrate how the data science and machine learning I do can help landfill operators optimize landfill gas production.
You can read my abstract and learn more about he conference here.
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I'm happy to announce that I've completed the Microsoft Professional Program Certificate in Data Science! After six-months of courses capped off by a challenging machine learning problem issued by Microsoft data scientists, I've learned a lot and am excited to use my new skills. As proof of my accomplishment Microsoft has issued this official certificate!