Wow. I'm impressed. I have a list of things to get done today that sits on my desk, and you have a list of things to do a month from now. Kudos.Interesting... I already had a project for the offseason, I'm now wondering how this will change that...
thank you for sharing!
Hah!Wow. I'm impressed. I have a list of things to get done today that sits on my desk, and you have a list of things to do a month from now. Kudos.
I have notepad and Microsoft Office 2010 Starter, and the file wouldn't open at all in either of them, that's why I mentioned it. Free programs are readily available everywhere though so it's a non-issue, just takes some looking.csv files can be opened in any text editor including word, notepad, etc.
CSV is a file format that's good for using programming to break the data apart and import/export between different programs that display data in a table/spreadsheet sort of way (excel for example)
if you want a free office-like suite just use open office (google it). their spreadsheet program works enough like excel for you to get buy without buying the actual program. it's what I use on my computers when I don't have access to a free version of MS Office.
edit: serv - we should do something with this if you can come up with interesting things to analyze statistically I can break it apart really really easily using R
I've known about this database for a while, actually. I don't have the time-and to be honest, enough interest to do it justice as far as mining all the potential relationships, pattern discoveries, cluster analyses, rule inferences and trying a multitude of learning algorithms and various other forms of information digging that could be done with it. I have data mining and statistical software I play with from time to time but I usually restrict myself to moderately sized data sets even when I do use them.