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HemoCount is an AI-based leukocytes (white blood cell) counting platform, which serves as an foundation for an automation and rapid diagnosis process for COVID-19 and other general blood test
Father of three trying to type in a jupyter notebook while his 2 year old is mashing buttons and screaming when told no.
We built a page for every user from TD 2020 data. It includes visualization, search engine for workshops and other users, recommendation engine for workshops and Discord server users.
We've created a web app to help you find cities in the U.S. that suit you!
A Search Engine for specific domains
Using Machine Learning and Data Analysis to search a scrape of walmart.com
A search engine to look up products listed in Walmart.com. Developed as part of TAMU Datathon 2020.
A look into oddities with how businesses have submit PPP loan requests, and how we can identify suspicious entrants.
Upload your favorite movie poster and get some cool recommendations!!
A simple visualization and prediction tool that delivers heartbreaking insight on the trajectory of our generation's mental health.
A web app that identifies vulnerable K-12 school districts affected by COVID-19 and advises HPE on how to help these communities best.
Our idea is to develop an interactive dashboard which uses DS and NLP for team finding and workshop recommendations.
Find the appropriate city ,catering to your needs.
This is designed to filter out workshops for future TAMU participants.
TAMU hackathon challenge
Creating a search engine using web scraping and clustering
We built an efficient search engine for Walmart products using Natural Language Processing, Angular, Python, and scrapy Web crawler.
Given the factors that a user prefer, we propose a fast, scalable search algorithm to determine relevant cities for that user. We have also created an interactive R Shiny app for general use.
Is there a difference between the email communication of women and men in the workplace?
This project takes user preferences on factors such as crime, healthcare, and personal freedoms and returns the top 5 and bottom 5 cities.
The one stop shop for everything Tamu Datathon ! This webapp brings the datathon to you like never before, with a personal touch.
An easily deployable application to allow users to assess the risk of earthquakes in their area.
Want to find the best US city to live in?
We built a search engine and a recommender system for data science workshops. With a simple query, we can find the best workshops that suit your need!
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