This project applies neural networks and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to historical records of high-risk cryptocurrency coins to train a prediction model that guesses their price. The code in this project contains Jupyter notebooks, one of which outputs a timeseries graph of any cryptocurrency price once a csv file of the historical data is inputted into the program. Another Jupyter notebook trains an LSTM, or a long short-term memory model, to predict a cryptocurrency’s closing price. The LSTM is fed the close price, which is the price that the currency has at the end of the day, so it can learn from those values. The notebook creates two sets: a training set and a test set to assess the accuracy of the results. The data is then normalized using manual min-max scaling so that the model does not experience any bias; this also enhances the performance of the model. Then, the model is trained using three layers— an LSTM, dropout, and dense layer—minimizing the loss through 50 epochs of training; from this training, a recurrent neural network (RNN) is produced and fitted to the training set. Additionally, a graph of the loss over each epoch is produced, with the loss minimizing over time. Finally, the notebook plots a line graph of the actual currency price in red and the predicted price in blue. The process is then repeated for several more cryptocurrencies to compare prediction models. The parameters for the LSTM, such as number of epochs and batch size, are tweaked to try and minimize the root mean square error.
The topic of my report is big data in e-commerce. E-commerce is a big part of todays society. During the shopping online, the recommend commodities are fitter and fitter for my liking and willingness to buy. This is the merit of big data. Big data use my purchase history and browsing history to analyze my liking and recommend the goods for me.
As the world begins to utilize online service and stores at greater capacity it becomes a greater priority to increase the efficiency of the various processes that are required for online stores to work effectively. By analyzing the data the comes from online purchases, a better understanding can be formed about what is needed and where as well as the quantity. This data should also allow for us to better predict what orders will be needed at future times so shortages can be avoided.
Analyzing the Relationship of Cryptocurrencies with Foriegn Exchange Rates and Global Stock Market Indices
The project involves analyzing the relationships of various cryptocurrencies with Foreign Exchange Rates and Stock Market Indices. Apart from analyzing the relationships, the objective of the project is also to estimate the trend of the cryptocurrencies based on Foreign Exchange Rates and Stock Market Indices. We will be using historical data of 6 different cryptocurrencies, 25 Stock Market Indices and 22 Foreign Exchange Rates for this project. The project will use various machine learning tools for analysis. The project also uses a fully connected deep neural network for prediction and estimation. Apart from analysis and prediction of prices of cryptocurrencies, the project also involves building its own database and giving access to the database using a prototype API. The historical data and recent predictions can be accessed through the public API.
As a result of the last twenty year’s Internet development globally, the E-commerce industry is getting stronger and stronger. While customers enjoyed their convenient online purchase environment, E-commerce sees the potential for the data and information customers left during their online shopping process. One fundamental usage for this information is to perform a Recommendation Strategy to give customers potential products they would also like to purchase. This report will build a User-Based Collaborative Filtering strategy to provide customer recommendation products based on the database of previous customer purchase records. This report will start with an overview of the background and explain the dataset it chose Amazon Review Data. After that, each step for the code and step made in a corresponding file Big_tata_Application_in_E_commense.ipynb will be illustrated, and the User-Based Collaborative Filtering strategy will be presented step by step.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic all segments of the travel industry face financial struggle. The lodging segment, in particular, has had the financial records scrutinized revealing a glaring problem. Since the beginning of 2019, the lodging segment has seen reservation cancellation rates near 40%. At the directive of business and marketing experts, hotels have previously attempted to solve the problem through an increased focus on reservation retention, flexible booking policies, and targeted marketing. These attempts did not produce results, and continue to leave rooms un-rented which is detrimental to the bottom line. This document will explain the creation and testing of a novel process to combat the rising cancellation rate. By analyzing reservation data from a nationwide hotel chain, it is hoped that an algorithm may be developed capable of predicting the likeliness that a traveler is to cancel a reservation. The resulting algorithm will be evaluated for accuracy. If the resulting algorithm has a satisfactory accuracy, it would make clear to the hotel industry that the use of big data is key to solving this problem.
Water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) is also called Domestic Water Buffalo or Asian Water Buffalo. It is large bovid originating in Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and China and today found in other regions of world - Europe, Australia, North America, South America and some African countries. There are two extant types recognized based on morphological and behavioral criteria: 1. River Buffalo - Mostly found in Indian subcontinent and further west to the Balkans, Egypt, and Italy. 2. Swamp Buffalo - Found from west of Assam through Southeast Asia to the Yangtze valley of China in the east. India is the largest milk producer and consumer compared to other countries in the world and stands unique in terms of the largest share of milk being produced coming from buffaloes. The aim of this academic project is to study the livestock census data of buffalo breeds in India and their milk production using Empirical Benchmarking analysis method at state level. Looking at the small sample of data, our analysis indicates that we have been seeing increasing trends in past few years in livestock and milk production but there are considerable opportunities to increase production using combined interventions.
Online Store Customer Revenue Prediction
Big data in sports is being used more and more as technology advances and this has a very big impact, especially when it comes to sports gambling. Sports gambling has been around for a while and it is gaining popularity with it being legalized in more places across the world. It is a very lucrative industry and the bookmakers use everything they can to make sure the overall odds are in their favor so they can reduce the risk of paying out to the betters and ensure a steady return. Sports statistics and data is more important than ever for bookmakers to come up with the odds they put out to the public. Odds are no longer just determined by expert analyzers for a specific sport. The compilation of odds uses a lot of historical data about team and player performance and looks at the most intricate details in order to ensure accuracy. Bookmakers spend a lot of money to employ the best statisticians and the best algorithms. There are also many companies that solely focus on sports data analysis, who often work with bookmakers around the world. On the other hand, big data for sports game analysis is also used by gamblers to gain a competitive edge. Many different algorithms have been created by researchers and gamblers to try to beat the bookmakers, some more successful than others. Oftentimes these not only involve examining sports data, but also analysing data from different bookmakers odds in order to determine the best bets to place. Overall, big data is very important in this field and this research paper aims to show the various techniques that are used by different stakeholders.
Predicting the stock market has been an attractive field of research for a long time because it promises big wealth for anyone who can find the secret. For a long time, traders around the world have been relying on fundamental analysis and technical analysis to predict the market. Now with the advancement of big data, some financial institutions are beginning to predict the market by creating a model of the market using machine learning. While some researches produce promising results, most of them are directed at predicting the next day’s market behavior. In this study, we created an LSTM model to predict the market for multiple time frames. We then analyzed the performance of the model for some different time periods. From our observations, LSTM is good at predicting 30 time steps ahead, but the RMSE became larger as the time frame gets longer.
On average the US stock market sees a total of $192 billion a day trading hands. Massive companies, hedge funds, and other high level institutions use the markets to capitalize on companies potential and growth over time. The authors used Financial Modeling Prep to gather over 20 years of historical stock data and earnings calls to understand better what happens during company’s earnings annoucements. The results showed that over a large sample size of companies, identifying a strong coorelation was rather difficult, yet companies with strong price trend tendencies were more predictable to beat earnings expectations.
This project includes a deep learning model for stock prediction. It uses LSTM, RNN which is the standart for time series prediction. It seems to be the right approach. The author really loved this project since he loves stocks. He invests often, and is also in love with tech, so he finds ways to combine both of them. Most existing models for stock prediction do not include the volume, and Rishabh intendede to use that as an input, but it did not go exactly as planned.
President Trump has utilized the social media platform Twitter as a way to convey his message to the American people. The tweets he has published during his presidency cover a vast array of topics and issues from MAGA rallies to impeachment. This analysis investigates the relationship of the NASDAQ and the sentiment of President Trump’s tweets during key events in his presidency. NASDAQ data was gathered though Yahoo Finance’s API while President Trump’s tweets were gathered from Kaggle. The results observed show that during certain events, a correlation emerges of the NASDAQ data and the sentiment of President Trump’s tweets.