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Global Data Competition

Collaborate to Change Climate Change
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Nick Baguley

on 16 February 2018

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Transcript of Global Data Competition

Functioning Parts
How are we going to bring the world together to look at Climate Change from a Data Perspective?
Breakdown Details
Moving Up!
Competition Breakdown
Rankings
Head above the Clouds?
Rules (Specific Rules Determined by Region)
Things to Consider and Rules
The Challenge
Every Individual, Region, Area, and the whole Global Climate has a unique challenge with Climate Change
The Challenge - Climate Change
Global Data Competition
Data & Analytics
Collaboration to Change Climate Change

Path to Success
Sites and Information
Information
Time Frames and Initial Steps
Sorting through the Forest
Time Frames
The World is a Big Place
Proposed Areas
Area, Regional Break Down
Global Impact
Climate
Health
Economic
Individual Impact
Quality of Life
Habitat
Environment
Global Data Competition
Global Collaboration to Promote the Adoption of Data Driven Decision Making and Progress
Climate Change is Ubiquitous
Attempt to Find Correlations (Not Causation)
Enable Individuals, Groups, and Organizations to Compete/Collaborate in Regional, Area, and Global Competitions.
www.Global-Data-Competition.com
Suggested Areas of Focus (Judges Final Decision)
Positive, Negative, Neutral Correlations
Impacts on: Economy - Health - Quality of Life
Focus - Local, Regional, Hemisphere, Global
Air Quality, Water Quality, Soil Quality, Meteorological, Weather (Patterns), Sea Levels, Thermal, Temperature, Oceans, Rivers, Lakes, Geography, Population, Housing, Sprawl, Sustainability, Food, Water, Resources, Mining, Carbon, Oil, Power, Electricity, Life, Human, Animals, Insects, Plants, Deforestation, Localization, Global Economy, Shipping, Costs, $, Environmental, Poverty, Production, Agriculture, Transportation, Alternative Energy
Regional Ambassadors / Judges Approve the Problem Set
Climate Change Means Something in All of Our Lives. Often times, it doesn't mean the same thing to each of us.

What are we doing about it? How do we align efforts?
The Competition will be Split by:
Individual
Group
Organization
Region
Area
Global
Compete as an Individual, Group, or Organization. Each will compete at Regional, Area, and Global levels.
Global
Team 2-10
Organization 10+
Individual
Area
Regional
Judges will score @
Regional, Area, & Global
Levels.
Titles (e.g. Grandmaster)
and Prizes will be awarded
at each level. Regional,
Area and Global.
Regions - map.global-data-competition.com
1. N. America
2. S. America
3. European
3. Africa
4. Middle East
5. Russia
Region Prizes=(Split for Each Region)
Area Prizes=(Split for Each Area)
Global Prize =(Split for Ind/Group/Org)
Collaborate and Compete
Global = 2600 pts. = Grand Master
Area = 2100-2500 = Sr. Master
Region = 1600-2000 = Master

1100-1500 = Expert
600-1000 = Advanced
500 = Intermediate
0-400 = Participant

March 31st, 2015 - Competition Announcement
April 1st - June 5th, 2015
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Establish Regions, Register as Individuals, Teams, Organizations.
Gather Data, Prepare for Competition
Choose Focus, Learn Subject Matter
Training, Planning, Hacking
Find Resources
Help us Spread the Word and Raise $
June 6th, 2015 - Competition Begins!
September 13th - Phase 1 ends
October -

All Code/Data Submitted must be Open-Sourced and Available to the World
http://bigdatautah.macaedh.org/
www.bigdatautah.org
http://bigdatautah.macaedh.org/datasets/
http://www.meetup.com/Boulder-Denver-Big-Data/
http://www.meetup.com/BigDataUtah/
www.uhug.org
Find Local, Regional, Area, Global Data Sets
Training
http://bigdatautah.macaedh.org/getting-started/
Create Local, Regional, Global Training Videos
Data Sets
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG7UFURIYnTiyeBGDBw15SA
Twitter = @GlobalDataComp
@BigDataUtah , #BDBDUG , #UtahGeekEvents #BigDataUtah
Individuals must operate alone
Groups can be made of 2-10
Organizations must be 10+
Submitted Code Must be Open Sourced
Judging Criteria will Include Review of Code
Judging Criteria will Include Review of Solution and Relevance to Climate Change
Organizations and Groups can be made of Governments, Schools, Communities, Companies, and/or Individuals
Regions must have @ least 1 Judge and 1 Consul in the Region, and an Ambassador in Utah or Colorado
Impacts:
Economy
Health
Quality of Life
Local vs. Global

Correlation vs. Causation
Ecology of Things
Solution should take into account the influence on deeper areas
Provide better understanding of the data and the world
Motivate Others
Collaborate
Teach
Learn
Raise $ for Prizes
Use Titles on LinkedIn
Prove your Skill Level
Anyone Can Compete
Meaningful, Insightful Solutions
Data Driven
Visualization
Win!
Help the world!
Climate Change
Potential Challenging Climate Problems:
Training - Groups and Regions should train members on Big Data, Analytics, and Climate Science/Terminology. Follow Utah's training on:
https://plus.google.com/105129645065094661685/
Please organize your groups and organizations. Train each other. Work together to be the best!
Actual Regions and Areas will be determined based on the number of participants in each.
RANKINGS:
October - Area Competition Begins
End Date To Be Announced
Use this Opportunity to Make a Difference!
Each Region should find Data:
Twitter = @GlobalDataComp
@BigDataUtah , #BDBDUG , #UtahGeekEvents #BigDataUtah
Global Ranking System
What will the Competition Accomplish?
Register here:
1. Intermountain North America
2. Midwest (North) North America
3. Midwest (South) North America
4. Southeast United States
5. West Coast North America
6. Northeast North America
7. Caribbean
8. Central America
9. Brazil
10. Eastern South America

11. United Kingdom
12. Scandinavia and North Europe
13. Continental Europe
14. Central Europe
15. North Africa
16. South Africa
17. Middle East
18. Greater India
19. Greater Russia
20. Orient

21. South East Asia
22. Australia Pacific


6. Asia
7. Australia/South Pacific
map.global-data-competition.com
www.Global-Data-Competition.com
map.global-data-competition.com
www.Global-Data-Competition.com
Global Impact
Value
Data Scientist
Use this Opportunity to Make a Difference!
Core
Skills
Coding /
Automation
Maximize
Personalize
Recognize /
Predict
Math
Stats
Systems
Scalable
Hadoop
MPP
Key Value Store
Analyze
Patterns
Models
Accuracy
3-5 V's
Unstructured
Recommendation
Sentiment
Analyze
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