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First Place Team winning $2000:
Caleb O’Neel, Matthew Rodriguez and Jacob Slater
Second Place Team winning $1000:
Daniel Hargraves, Kyle Heffernan, Matthew McCrorey and Nicholas Scicchitano
Third Place Team winning $500:
William Elmore, Brandin Hirsch, Matthew Phelps, Sarra Son and Logan Ziegler
The Center for Business Analytics would like to Congratulate the Winners of the Fall 2016 Annual Undergraduate Data Mining Competition!
The First Place team winning $2,000
Celia A. Fusco, Jillian M. Labetti, Kyle A. Longo, and Patrick R. Sullivan
Percentage Correct 87.46%
The Second Place team winning $1,000 is
Etienne A. Dumas, Matthew J. McKeown, and Deep R. Patel
Percentage Correct 87.36%
In Third Place team winning $500 is
Aaron G. Bowen, Robert W. McCabe, Robert Milani, and Jake P. Zammitti
Percentage Correct 87.25%
The Center for Business Analytics would like to Congratulate the Winners of the Second Annual Undergraduate Data Mining Competition!
The First Place team winning $2,000 is the Data Connoisseurs with a misclassification rate of 11.87%.
Christopher Abood, Alexandra Danneker, Robert Rippe, and Veerawin Su
The Second Place team winning $1,000 is the Villanova Data Mining team with a misclassification rate of 12.11%.
Sebastian Cardenas, Trevor Hiss, Michael Kuna, and Kyle McCafferty
The Third Place team winning $500 has misclassification rate of 12.13%.
Amir Chain, Sean Hartnett, and Matthew Nichols
Deserving Honorable mention is team JMP around with a misclassification rate of 12.16%
Claire Asmussen, Lizandra Fiske, Casey Gatti, Catherine Poppe, and Thomas Sledjeski
The Center for Business Analytics would like to Congratulate the Winners of the First Annual Undergraduate Data Mining Competition!
The First Place team winning $2,000 is Christopher Auddino, Megan A. Howe, Joseph V. Raio and Stephanie A. Veljacic.
The Second Place team winning $1,000 is Alison E. Corsi, Andra B. Dunlap, Aileen E. Kolon, Margot E. Schmidt and Thomas Kennedy.
In Third Place there is a tie. Both teams win $500.
Teams deserving Honorable Mention:
Fifth Place: Christopher Mederos, "Confused Matrix";
Sixth Place: Anthony A. Berni, Zahir S. Bokhari and Griffin K. Coakley;
Seventh Place: Johnathon Bellizzi and Jill Keaney, "Those Engineering Kids"
Daniel Wright, PhD
Meredith K. Lockyer
Center for Business Analytics