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search for: about consulting project modeling and understanding intrinsic characteristics of human mobility abstract: humans are intrinsically social creatures and our mobility is central to understanding how our societies grow and function. movement allows us to congre- gate with our peers, access things we need, and exchange information. human mo- bility has huge june 6, 2016 / comments off on modeling and understanding intrinsic characteristics of human mobility project modeling and understanding intrinsic characteristics of human mobility abstract: humans are intrinsically social creatures and our mobility is central to understanding how our societies grow and function. movement allows us to congre- gate with our peers, access things we need, and exchange information. human mo- bility has huge june 6, 2016 / comments off on modeling and understanding intrinsic characteristics of human mobility project putting big data in its place : understanding cities and human mobility with new data sources. five years later i managed to finish my phd after all. i’ll never be able to fully thank my family and friends, my advisor, any my collaborators for their support and encouragement. abstract: according the united nations population fund (unfpa), june 6, 2016 / comments off on putting big data in its place : understanding cities and human mobility with new data sources. project putting big data in its place : understanding cities and human mobility with new data sources. five years later i managed to finish my phd after all. i’ll never be able to fully thank my family and friends, my advisor, any my collaborators for their support and encouragement. abstract: according the united nations population fund (unfpa), june 6, 2016 / comments off on putting big data in its place : understanding cities and human mobility with new data sources. project tracking employment shocks with mobile phone data abstract: studies using massive, passively data collected from communication technologies have revealed many ubiquitous aspects of social networks, helping us understand and model social media, information diffusion, and organizational dynamics. more recently, these data have come tagged with geographic information, june 6, 2016 / comments off on tracking employment shocks with mobile phone data project tracking employment shocks with mobile phone data abstract: studies using massive, passively data collected from communication technologies have revealed many ubiquitous aspects of social networks, helping us understand and model social media, information diffusion, and organizational dynamics. more recently, these data have come tagged with geographic information, june 6, 2016 / comments off on tracking employment shocks with mobile phone data project the path most traveled: travel demand estimation using big data resources. abstract: rapid urbanization places increasing stress on already burdened transportation systems, resulting in delays and poor levels of service. billions of spatiotemporal call detail records (cdrs) collected from mobile devices create new opportunities to quantify and solve these problems. however, june 6, 2016 / comments off on the path most traveled: travel demand estimation using big data resources. project the path most traveled: travel demand estimation using big data resources. abstract: rapid urbanization places increasing stress on already burdened transportation systems, resulting in delays and poor levels of service. billions of spatiotemporal call detail records (cdrs) collected from mobile devices create new opportunities to quantify and solve these problems. however, june 6, 2016 / comments off on the path most traveled: travel demand estimation using big data resources. project coupling human mobility and social ties abstract: studies using massive, passively data collected from communication technologies have revealed many ubiquitous aspects of social networks, helping us understand and model social media, information diffusion, and organizational dynamics. more recently, these data have come tagged with geographic information, june 6, 2016 / comments off on coupling human mobility and social ties project coupling human mobility and social ties abstract: studies using massive, passively data collected from communication technologies have revealed many ubiquitous aspects of social networks, helping us understand and model social media, information diffusion, and organizational dynamics. more recently, these data have come tagged with geographic information, june 6, 2016 / comments off on coupling human mobility and social ties project mit big data challenge over the course of the last two months myself and some of my lab mates participated in the first annual mit big data challenge put on by the bigdata@csail.  this year’s data consisted of geolocated taxi cab pickups and dropoffs march 2, 2014 / comments off on mit big data challenge project mit big data challenge over the course of the last two months myself and some of my lab mates participated in the first annual mit big data challenge put on by the bigdata@csail.  this year’s data consisted of geolocated taxi cab pickups and dropoffs march 2, 2014 / comments off on mit big data challenge project boston taxi pickups in d3 as part of a homework assignment for a class on data mining, i got to explore a dataset of taxicab pickups in boston.  with 6 months of data and the geocoded locations of roughly 4.2 million cabs, our task november 10, 2013 / no comments project boston taxi pickups in d3 as part of a homework assignment for a class on data mining, i got to explore a dataset of taxicab pickups in boston.  with 6 months of data and the geocoded locations of roughly 4.2 million cabs, our task november 10, 2013 / no comments project making sense of big data it’s weird to see your face floating on mit homepage, but i’m honored that it was. “every time you use your cellphone, there is a little breadcrumb that’s 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