Cold Enough for You? Visualization and Predictive Modeling of Weather

Open Thoughts on Analytics
FEB 13, 2013 11:01am ET

For the first three weeks of January, I thought Chicagoland was certain to get a second straight reprieve from harsh winter. Every day, we were setting a record for the number of consecutive days without an inch or more of snow. And the temperatures hovered in the 20s, 30s and 40s – seemingly far warmer than historical Januarys. 

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Comments (2)
It's always nice when the internet works! This is great - concise, clear, and thorough! Thanks so much for posting real content.
Posted by Susan A | Friday, February 15 2013 at 1:24PM ET
Steve, can you post your R code? Keen to take a look at this myself but could use a few hints on how to get started.
Posted by Kendra V | Monday, February 18 2013 at 5:06AM ET
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