Texas DataHack is an all day competition hosted by MLDS and Texas Convergent where you can put your data science, coding, and creativity skills to the test and create a meaningful project with real world data. You will get to explore and manipulate interesting data sets to figure out how interpret geolocation data. Food and prizes will be supplied, and we will also have workshops the week of the event to prepare you for the competition, so if you are new to data science, don’t let that discourage you from applying, all majors are welcome.
$2,250 in prizes
$1,000 split between team
$750 split between team
$500 split between team
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Industry professionals and data professors
How much did you differ from the rest of the reports seen? What new things did you try that haven’t been done before?
What are the implications of their work? Could this be used in the real world?
Insights into the data
What did you discover? How well did you get to know the data? What questions did you ask and answer?
What skills did you use? How technically complex was your project? How well did you pull it off?