by Annie Xie
How to Learn about Housing Dynamics when You Don’t Have Housing Data
Data surrounds us in many aspects of our lives. We look at ratings on Amazon to determine whether to buy a product. We use Fitbits to track our step count. We browse Netflix recommendations generated using our streaming history. Everywhere, decisions are being made from numbers and data. However, while it seems like we can get data on anything, some datasets are much easier to collect than others.
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