D4D-Senegal: The Second Mobile Phone Data for Development Challenge

  title={D4D-Senegal: The Second Mobile Phone Data for Development Challenge},
  author={Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye and Zbigniew Smoreda and Romain Trinquart and Cezary Ziemlicki and Vincent D. Blondel},
The D4D-Senegal challenge is an open innovation data challenge on anonymous call patterns of Orange’s mobile phone users in Senegal. The goal of the challenge is to help address society development questions in novel ways by contributing to the socio-economic development and well-being of the Senegalese population. Participants to the challenge are given access to three mobile phone datasets. This paper describes the three datasets. The datasets are based on Call Detail Records (CDR) of phone… CONTINUE READING
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