Editing Human Centered Data Science (Fall 2018)/Assignments

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=== A1: Data curation ===
 
=== A1: Data curation ===
[[File:En-wikipedia_traffic_200801-201709_thompson.png|300px|thumb|Your assignment is to create a graph that looks a lot like this one, starting from scratch, and following best practices for reproducible research.]]
 
 
 
The goal of this assignment is to construct, analyze, and publish a dataset of monthly traffic on English Wikipedia from January 1 2008 through September 30 2018. All analysis should be performed in a single Jupyter notebook and all data, documentation, and code should be published in a single GitHub repository.
 
The goal of this assignment is to construct, analyze, and publish a dataset of monthly traffic on English Wikipedia from January 1 2008 through September 30 2018. All analysis should be performed in a single Jupyter notebook and all data, documentation, and code should be published in a single GitHub repository.
  

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