Stupid Data Miner Tricks

@inproceedings{Leinweber2007StupidDM,
  title={Stupid Data Miner Tricks},
  author={D. Leinweber},
  year={2007}
}
  • D. Leinweber
  • Published 2007
  • History, Engineering
  • This article originated over ten years ago as a set of joke slides showing silly spurious correlations. These statistically appealing relationships between the stock market and diary products and third world livestock populations have been cited often, in Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, the book “A Mathematician Looks at the Stock Market,” and elsewhere. Students from Bill Sharpe's classes at Stanford seem to be familiar with them. The slides were expanded to include some actual content… CONTINUE READING
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