AIS 2019 Analytics Challenge Pre-Competition Hosted by ATOMSubmission Instructions

The story

A graphic/visualization that reflects the major findings of your data analysis.

  • It can be a static image or interactive (such as JavaScript).
  • It can be in the form of charts, diagrams, or an infographic.
  • It must be accessible via a working link submitted by the team.

The background

A brief description, one single-spaced page or less, describing what’s great about your analysis and your graphic/visualization.

  • Highlight how your analysis helped you arrive at your conclusions – briefly, but clearly, highlight anything that was significant in the way you cleaned the data, integrated data, or transformed data.
  • Make a strong connection between the question(s) explored and the methodology used for the exploration.
  • Highlight how the graphic illustrates key findings.
  • Submit your entry using the link by 11:59 P.M. on January 21, 2019.
  • Upload the description of the analysis/visualization as a pdf file and include the URL link to the interactive graphic/visualization in the body of the description. The one-page description must be in PDF format.
  • Interactive graphics/visualizations must run without special software and must work on MAC and Windows computers.
  • The team members’ names, email addresses, and panther ID’s must be clearly displayed on the one-page description.
  • The one-page description must also include the name of the challenge and the question(s) being analyzed.
  • You will receive a confirmation email acknowledging your entry.
  • Finalists will be invited, via email, to present their projects in person to the judging panel on February 8, 2019.
  • Winners will be announced on February 8, 2019.
  • It is submitted after the deadline.
  • The attachments won’t open or are in the wrong file format.
  • The interactive graphic doesn’t work.
  • There isn’t a clear specification of the challenge and question(s) addressed in the entry.
  • Team member names are not displayed on the graphic/visualization and the background description.
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