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all right.thanks everyone for coming to.our um fourth installment of the solve.summer academy uh i am one of your.community managers.jane zanzig.frane.she's needed again green's the other one.but she's here just trust us.okay my name is harim and i'm the other.community manager.all right okay so today we're talking.about building the solution.so this is where we're at in the summer.um we've talked about the intro.scoping data science for good projects.uh how you can explore and understand.the data once you get your hands on it.and then this time we're talking about.actually building something what is your.approach.how do you make sure that you make the.right thing um.and then the two remaining.sessions will be bias fairness and.ethics.in two weeks and then implementation and.handoff.on the 27th and then at the end of the.summer.some point after the 27th we'll have our.data fest where we get to.hear some of the results of the projects.from the summer.um but that date is still being.confirmed but we'll let you know as soon.as.that's solved.so what are we doing today um today.we're going to get the latest scoop on.some of the solve for good projects.um we'll hear from the city of dallas.and child poverty action lab.team who will show how their map of.historic evictions to target outreach.efforts.to encourage residents to seek eviction.mitigation funding.and we'll hear from the amfan project.which is a new project using nlp.to better understand and respond to the.unmet needs of people who are.affected by cyclones and extreme weather.events.and that's in partnership with the.international water management.institute then the.solve summer academy team will share a.little bit of background on why we think.building the solution is important.enough to hold a whole session about.um and then we'll have a few friends of.the program.uh drop some knowledge we have ben brew.here to talk about his experiences um.starting a data consultancy and working.with clients to find the right technical.approach to meet their needs.and then we'll hear from tristan who.will give us a little bit of a primer on.triage which is a tool that was.developed at the center for data science.and public policy.to help build and manage predictive.modeling pipelines.so without further ado i can kick it.over to andrew.for the solve project drum beat okay so.as jane said welcome everybody to the.the fourth installment of the solve.summer academy.um kind of amazing that we're already.already four webinars in.um and so i'll be giving you today's.community announcements.um so per usual we have some new.resources at.uh the solve for good.org resources page.we've been trying to be very prudent.about uh.adding new resources to the to the um.the website and this includes some.updated.instructions for number one how to sign.up as a volunteer on the solve for good.website.so if you haven't done that yet and you.would like a little bit of guidance on.how you can go to the resources page.and download the the new instructions.for doing so and then.importantly we also have updated the.instructions for organizations to sign.up and how to post a project so you can.see new and improved guidance on how to.go through that process.we now have all of the recordings from.the previous three.solve summer academy installments up on.the data science for social good youtube.account.um so we'll send out a link to that in.the chat on zoom and also over the slack.channel so if you haven't yet.check those out or subscribe to the data.science for social good youtube channel.that's where we'll be posting the.recordings from this installment and.in future installments um so also.tomorrow or also uh please make sure.if you uh if you're enjoying these.please share.the information about the solve summer.academy.through your networks um so our next one.will be on thursday august 13th.at the same time 11 a.m eastern and.this is going to be a super cool webinar.that we'll be hosting which is on.addressing bias and fairness and.predictive models um which i think is.a super relevant topic uh for for the.types of things that.solve for good is aiming to do um and.you're hearing from from a team that's.very experienced in this.um so we put a lot of effort into.putting these together and we want as.many people as possible to attend so if.you don't mind sharing it through your.networks.it's greatly appreciated um.again the solve for good platform is.open for all social good organizations.to post their projects.you can just go to the home page and.there's a big button big orange button.that says post a project.so if you are from a social good.organization or you know a social good.organization.don't hesitate to just go ahead and go.through that process and as soon as you.post.that project someone from the solve for.good team a project scoper.or or could be myself or someone else on.that you'll see speaking today.will get in touch with you to talk a.little bit more about your project.so we have you know we reported on this.a little bit last last webinar but we.have over a thousand members.in our solve for good slack channel and.then we have over a thousand volunteers.that have signed up on solve for good.over the life cycle of it.um so we have so many volunteers and and.super talented people and we're looking.always for more projects so if you have.something that you you need help with.and there's an.opportunity to make make an impact for.your beneficiaries.don't hesitate to post the project on.solve for good.um to this end uh tomorrow at.12 p.m eastern um we'll be hosting.what's called the project scoper.training.and this will be the first of the of of.many project scoper trainings we hope to.be.holding these perhaps about bi-weekly um.but the idea here is that if you're.interested in being a project scoping.volunteer so if you're interested in on.being on the volunteer side.about speaking with organizations on how.to scope projects.and specifically what this training goes.through is a day in the life of a solve.for good.project scoper so when you're a.volunteer what can you actually expect.how do you connect with an organization.through the software good platform.how do you go through the scoping.process which we have tons of tons of.resources on this.but then also some other aspects about.it like about staffing.and and putting together different teams.for the software good projects.um so if you're interested in in being a.project scoping volunteer.um it's important to to join us tomorrow.for the session and tickets are limited.to 50 seats and we'll send out the the.eventbrite if you're interested in doing.that they're limited to 50 seats.um so if you don't get it this week.we'll have more in the future so so.uh don't feel like you're missing out.but also if you're interested sign up.quickly because the the seats might.go um and to this end so.if you've been recently to the software.good website you know there's kind of a.little uh.there's an improvement on the home page.that kind of gives you a little bit of.the state of play the kinds of things.that i've been talking about in these.self summer academies about solve for.good.um so importantly you can register for.all the upcoming solve.summer academies um but then it also.kind of gives some information on what's.happening on the website right now so.just this month we've already had over.260 new volunteers sign up.and as you can see right now this has.just taken the screenshot was taken just.earlier today.there's four projects that are waiting.to be scoped um so.that should be a little bit of.motivation motivates a little bit the.the project scoping training that we're.hoping to do tomorrow.so that we can have volunteers that are.ready and able to help scope these.projects and and create some positive.impacts for these organizations.beneficiaries.um and that's kind of everything from.the community announcement side.now today we have two awesome updates.from different project teams.um so as jane said we're going to hear.from the dallas housing team and the.the am fan cyclone ant fan team um so.without further ado.i will pass this off now to tan yi who's.going to present.on there give a little update about.what's happening on the mitigating of.mission risks for residents in city of.dallas project.just if i can jump in really quickly.before you start.i would love to hear in the chat from.all.attendees um say hello say where you're.joining from.and then we'll have q a with both of.these project partners.after they share so you can start.throwing out any questions you have in.the chat right now.thanks.hi everyone uh i'm tong uh for this.project we are trying to.uh collaborate with the sea paw and.state of dallas.to help them um reduce the eviction.rates.for residents in the city of dallas and.um.here are the other girls who are working.on this project.so so for this project.what we're trying to do is to to help.with the eviction.um for a lot of cases in dallas uh.when for example landlords want to.increase the rent.they will try to kick off uh kick out.the tenants on first ground.this is where the eviction that we don't.want to see.so for this project our goal is to.minimize the number of people.who are evicted from their homes and to.maximize the number of people.that we can assist um for example buy.some funds or.by connecting them to other city.services so how to do this.we got the data of the eviction records.in the past.so the first step we want to do is to to.know.where the eviction are taking places.in the final granularity and the second.step is to understand.what are the factors that are related to.these.evictions so that maybe in the future we.can predict.uh where um is having a higher risk.to have this eviction um so far.we have explored the data and uh clean.the data.and we also have um geocode the.addresses so that we can.understand where the cases are happening.so to directly jump in what we have.already got.let's look at um some visualizations.so for for now uh we visualize all the.records.on maps so that it gave us a very um.general idea about where the evictions.are happening.for this map we combine data from 2017.to 2019 and visualize all the evictions.on the map but after we see the map we.are asking.we look at it and what information we.can get what information.we want to deliver to to the audience of.this map.we feel like okay so maybe.the first the first thing that comes to.people's mind is.okay what is the raw number of the cases.in each area.and the second question may be although.the royal number could be different.um the uh the population in different.areas could also be different.so maybe the density is important and.another question is.what's the change over time.um to now we have tried to answer these.questions.for example we also um map.the eviction records by by years so that.we want to see.what's the change over time um are there.like.evictions supplied differently over.years.uh if some area has an increased rate of.eviction.um from the uh the right left.right map we can see that the pattern is.a little different for example in the.uh in the right top part um.the the uh the green part the green dot.represent.the records in 2019 the uh.the red one represents 2018 and the.yellow one.represents 2017. we can see from the red.red top part that uh in 2019.the record seems to be a little less.than the previous years.but we also need like more detailed and.more.sufficient analysis to to.to demonstrate where exactly the case.are changing.we also separately map out we try to.explore different um possibilities to.map.out these eviction records and we will.separately map.map out or we can see that um it's.actually.seems very similar the basic one the.basic pattern is very similar.it just adds different locations um.sometimes the.uh the pattern is a little bit different.for example.uh if you look at here.on the bottom the pattern seems to be.different.over years um this is what we.have just got um next we are trying to.explore.what exactly we can convey.from these maps as i just mentioned for.example we can convey the increased rate.of different areas we can also.map out the density of different areas.we also want to connect these.records with other predictors or.we want to explore some correlations.from factors to the emission records.for example uh when our idea is to map.out.the the school mobility so we can.separate the school mobility in.different areas into high and.low and then um on different areas.of high and low we give the area of.different colors.and then we map out the eviction records.from that we can have a basic idea about.whether the school mobility can have.some correlation.with the uh evasion records.so um that's what we have just got um.if you have any questions or any.suggestions we are happy to discuss.and we have one question from the.audience they're asking.what software did you use to build these.maps.oh we use googies so it's a geodatabase.cool you can also use arcgis.did you find that the scope has evolved.since you started working on this.project.um for this project it might be a little.bit different from the general ones.because this project.already been um probably i think um.the most part it's already project.scoped so we didn't change too much.on this one cool.one more question for you um have you.found anything.interesting or surprising while you've.done your initial data exploration.uh yes so uh one thing that is.surprising.is about the data format this always.happens in different.um in different projects but in this.particular project.this is the first time that i have seen.a very unusual.time timestamp um format so at the very.beginning we were thinking oh what.what this is this is a five digit time.step.and then we clarify with our partner and.we see okay.they actually have some um have some.reasoning.and they're behind this format the the.first digit.is the year and then uh the second and.the third digits.are months and then the dates so this is.one thing.we also find some other thing that is.that that is.interesting um so for example they give.us.different sources of the eviction.records.and so that we can compare and validate.which one is more reliable.we have another question for you from.hannah gorman who wants to know.if covet 19 will change eviction.patterns a lot and how does that affect.uh the scope that's a very good question.and that's the question we also want to.answer.from this project uh to do this.we uh we asked the partner to collect.data um.of before and after the carbon 19.so that we can compare yeah but this is.still in process.okay and the data is it uh moment wants.to know if it's spatial point data or is.it by address.how is it structured um it gave us the.address data.okay so um this is also like public.available but for us we need to change.the address.to map the address to longitude and.latitude so that we can.map the data and use the data okay.awesome.one thing to sort of one question was.this is preempting kind of next.next session two weeks from now is your.project goals were you know around.efficiency uh and effectiveness you know.maximize number of people what about.fairness or equity do you do you care if.only all.uh people in the same neighborhood get.help and everybody gets ignored or.racial gender family income status.things like that.do you care about that yeah that's a.good question.uh yeah we do care about that that's why.uh we want to.collect the acs data so that we can.understand.to what level the eviction is connected.to the demographic data.all right thank you so much you look.forward to hearing more about the how.the project turns out.um and then we can turn forward to.project and fan i think we have.ansel and michelle here so.my name is ansel crayton um i was a 2018.essg fellow in chicago i.also like tom um and yeah i'm the.project manager for team amp fitness.so our team consists of uh obviously.massages project manager but for other.data scientists.i'm jared ross joe alfonseka kanath.mara and marcelo sandoval.and our goal is to collaborate with the.international water management institute.which referred to as emmy to identify.and better understand the experience and.needs.of vulnerable societies affected by.natural disasters using.social media data um.more concretely we would like to.understand the impact of natural.disasters.understand the impact of natural.disasters through the voices of those.impacted.and not necessarily funnel through sort.of experts.and our main goal here is to produce an.analysis using.social media data using nlp potentially.other.ml tools that allow us to sort of meet.this goal.and then once we sort of have this.analysis produced we would sort of.collaborate with them to disseminate.through different mediums is thinking.about a web tool that would be.useful for policymakers aid.organizations.the government and research institutes.as well as research papers.um so we're focusing our um.main use case here is going to be on.cyclone amphib.um this was a major storm that was.developed over the bay of angle um it.made.landfall on may 20 2020.and it impacted um many countries india.england sri lanka and bhutan.it's been noted as the most damaging.storm.in the history of the indian ocean.causing.billions of dollars in damage many.deaths.um it was scratching agricultural lands.and also displacing many people from.their homes.and forcing them into sort of private.shelters um.and you can think about all of this.happening while.each of the respective governments are.trying to manage their response to.coca-19.so an event like this is exactly what.our analysis is meant to target.um some of the things that we've been.doing thus far.so we're just ending our second week so.a major part obviously has been data um.my main source of data is from the.twitter api i'm using a premium.api um obviously things happen.you have to learn to expect the.unexpected in these projects.um so we've had a few issues which can.go into detail.about later um done some initial eda.um and we've been sort of brainstorming.how to process these tweets so.um our queries are in four different.languages.um so we have english hindi bengali.inodia.so we have to think about how to manage.that so.there being some additional languages in.our.data set and then also just cleaning the.text itself.um another huge part of what we've been.doing has been sort of refining our.scope.so we've had sort of many discussions.with partner team and other indie.researchers.to work to narrow down our research.questions.and basically help them understand.what's possible with.data science and also sort of help us.understand where.data science will be useful for the.problems that they would like to address.so um one example is actually today we.just got off.our partner call like right before this.um and our team gave um an nlp overview.to the partner side and we covered many.different techniques and for each.technique we have.around like two examples of how we can.apply it to this project.um so i think that's able to help them.understand.many different use cases but also kind.of sort of get their ideas flowing about.maybe how they can use it.and get back to us with feedback there.um another thing is data um.there has been a transition in our scope.around data as well.so originally the project started more.as how is social media.useful or how how can we use social.media to.understand from these needs um but now.we start transitioning and trying to.ask the question is social media um.useful um and if so to what extent um so.we're now.starting to consider other data sources.as well flood data.news outlets um other things and then.finally um i think.it's related to point two would be the.personal experience so.we have the benefit of having a team.member who is also um based in cultural.and.india where an experience imprint.firsthand.um as well as we have um some contacts.on the partner side that have also.experienced it.but i think this has also shaped their.scope you may just consider a few.different things like.there being internet outages um days.following the cyclone so.maybe the spike in tweaks is not exactly.from the vulnerable society that we're.looking.to identify so we need to think a little.bit more carefully.um carefully about what our sample.or who our sex represents and exactly.what information we're extracting from.it.and then there's also for some a.political element.behind news about anthem as well.um so i think now um i'll pass it to.michelle.who's at the digital innovations analyst.at amy and she'll be able to explain.more about the background.sure thanks ansel um hi everyone.my name is michelle ing as ansel said.i'm a digital innovations analyst.at the international water management.institute.i'm based in sri lanka so amy is a.research for development institute.working to promote a water secure world.so we have over 100 researchers who.specialize.in hydrology in economics agriculture.governance gender.and a lot more in 13 offices across.africa and asia.and i think a few different things.brought us to solve for good.in this particular project on cyclonium.fun.overall as jane mentioned earlier we.want to better match people's needs.following extreme weather events with.context-specific responses.and we became curious about how online.data such as data.sorry such as twitter posts um and news.headlines.especially local and regional news.headlines.can serve as an input in decision making.processes whether by donors whether by.governments humanitarian aid ngos etc.we also know that many people think of.extreme weather events.in terms of biophysical concepts like.wind and rain.despite the fact that extreme weather.events happen to people and have.really huge profound social political.and economic dimensions to them as well.so we're hoping that this online data.can help to characterize the more human.experiences of cyclone and fat as well.um yeah and we're hoping to test this.methodology.um on one of the most extreme extreme.weather events of 2020 so far.um as ansel mentioned again we're.especially curious.about how well this data actually.represents.affected people and so we're interested.in kind of the inclusivity aspect of.online data and maybe further down the.line we're hoping we can compare.our analysis of the online data with.ground trusting data.whether through like government's needs.assessments or ngos data.or um maybe we could apply for funding.and try to do some field work ourselves.so i think that sums it up from my side.i'm really looking forward to working.with solve for good.and ansel and the other data scientists.thanks.thanks antelyn michelle um we'd love to.hear a little bit more.uh ansel you mentioned about.pulling twitter data in four different.languages um have you come across.any specific challenges with.integrating all that together.yeah so um one issue is that.sort of right after infant um there were.a few other cyclones that happened so we.did notice that there was contamination.in our data so it did sort of help us we.needed to refine.a lot of our queries um um so that was.one.sort of issue that we had there and we.sort of.narrowed it down to there just being one.english language was quite noisy in.general.so we needed to have more strict rules.on english.and also in hindi because um the sort of.following cyclones were.more in india um so we did notice a.little bit more notice there.so that was one issue another was.obviously technical um.our api we um yeah so our understanding.was that we.would have access to um uh a million uh.1.25 million.um tweets a month but um turns out the.at the base level of api is really only.like 50 000. um.you can only make 100 requests per month.and each one you can get 500 tweets.so that was a big difference so now.we're sort of like trying to manage that.and.think about ways around that as well um.yeah so that would be sort of our issues.that we bring to your data.i know it's really common that um you.know.what day do you think you'll have uh.from the beginning.is often not what you end up with so.you really never trust until you.actually have it on your machine.um do we have any other questions.from audience or from other.panelists there's a question from jenya.which i think well it's a comment on a.question but it's interesting.so their question slash comment is in a.country where the government may have.tight control over what.people can post online or there may be.some censorship.how does the media data match reality is.that something that you guys are.considering.we haven't really addressed this problem.yet so we could actually.think about this a little bit more is.there is there an issue are there things.we're not seeing because of that.um but we have sort of generally.come to the conclusion that we don't.think that social media data is going to.give us the full picture.we're likely missing some aspect of.the problem there so that's what we're.working toward now is trying to look at.more data sources.um things like that but yeah that's.actually a good point we should probably.discuss that.and then with that i think we move on to.our next segment because i don't think.we have any further questions but if you.guys have keep adding them to the chat.and write also posted that if you have.ideas or suggestions for these projects.maybe.types of analyses that they can do you.can go to the project discussion page.and add them so they'll persist after.the webinar and also other people who.may not be on the webinar today can.participate.once they see the webinar online or.participate in slack.and i just wanted to make one comment um.as well about this project so.the after this project was posted so.they it became open for volunteers.and they were able to find volunteers.that fit well for this project.um such as kanov who's actually from.this area as ansel mentioned during the.project he's actually was.from the region affected by cyclone.amphan um so all this is to say.keep your eye on the solve for good.website and look for projects that are.accepting volunteers.because processes are now in place where.you can apply to these projects.and become a volunteer on them.all right thanks both project teams.great to hear about the.excellent work that you're doing um we.can.move along to our next segment as.raymond said.uh we want to just give a quick.motivation behind why we thought it was.so important to talk about.building the solution um ostensibly.everyone that's here today.is interested in using data for good.right um so we that means we want to.have some kind of positive.impact so we have a pretty strong.opinion that that means that.you need to make something that's useful.and usable um and you do that in.partnership with people who are doing.the work on the ground.so one thing that working with rhinith.over the years has.drilled into my head is that the.hackathon approach can be problematic.right.when there are just data people doing.data stuff.by themselves um a lot of times that.just ends up with you.make something that you think might be.interesting or you make another map.or something um that but you don't know.how anyone would use it right.um so we yeah i think the biggest thing.that we.that we are trying to motivate here is.that.people should be working with project.partners and keeping them closely.involved throughout the process.

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How do I fill out the CAT Application Form 2017?

To fill the CAT Application Form 2017 , you will need to log on to the official website of CAT 2017. First, you will have to register on the website and generate your login credentials. When registering, you will be asked to enter personal details like your Name, Mobile Number, Date of Birth, Email Address and similar fields. Here, ensure – 1) your details match what’s written on your school certificates and other documents. 2) All the information is correct and valid. After registration is complete, you need to log in using the credentials generated and start filling the CAT Application Form 2017. The information asked in the form includes your personal details, academics, work experience, programmes and payment details. When the form is filled and submitted, you finally upload your scanned documents and photograph and it’s done! In case you wish to correct a few fields in your application form, you can do it till the first week of October.

How do I fill out the NEET 2019 application form?

Though the procedure is same as last earlier only the dates has been changed (tentative) yet to be announced by cbse u can fill form in October for the exam of February and in March for the exam of may if u r not satisfied with ur previous performance. All the best

How do I fill out a CLAT 2019 application form?

How do I fill out the college preference form of the CLAT 2019? If you are AIR 1 and eligible for admission to all 21 NLUs, which one would you prefer? That is your first choice. Your first choice is not available. Out of the remaining 20, you are eligible for all 20. Which one will you prefer? That is your second choice. Your second choice is not available. Out of the remaining 19, you are eligible for all 19. Which one will you prefer? That is your third choice. Repeat the process till you have ranked all 21 NLUs. All the best.

How do I fill out a W-4 form?

The IRS rolled out a new version of Form W-4 in 2020. It is the first major revamp of the form since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCAJ) was signed in Dec. 2017. TCAJ made major changes to withholding for employees. In fact, the W-4 revamp and the tax changes since the TCAJ may be a reason to look again at the W-4 you filed back when you first came to your employer and see if you need to make changes. Another reason to relook at your W-4: What you learn when you file your current income tax forms, especially if you discover that you didn't have enough withheld and you owe money to the IRS. The 202 Continue Reading

How do I fill up the ITR 4 form?

ITR-4 form is for persons doing business. If you know about provisions of Income-tax Act, you can easily fill form ITR-4, generate xml and upload on the efiling cite. If your income is below Rs. 5 lac and there is no refund claimed, you can file ITR-4 in paper form also.

What is Form SSA 1724 f4 used for?

Ms. Robbins and Mr. Oder give good answers to your question below. The process is to complete and sign the form, giving the names of the survivors who could receive any payments still due the deceased beneficiary. The local SSA office sends the form to the Program Service Center that handles the deceased's SS number. A claims authorizor there approves the payment and has the check(s) mailed to the proper recipients, ideally within 30–60 days of receipt of the form.

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