How Spooky is Your City? Mapping and Predicting Scary Stuff

Courtesy of SusanCS, Alteryx Community Team

Whether you’re the kind of person who seeks out the spooky or not, guess what: You probably live near some creepy things.

To commemorate the season, Alteryx thought it would be fun to do some macabre mapping and petrifying predictions of spooky phenomena. Data science doesn’t have to be just…




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