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Develop a mini-project as an individual effort to address a business problem of your choice/invention.

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Develop a mini-project as an individual effort to address a business problem of your choice/invention.
The project must include the use of all of the following constructs: loop, if-then-else, function, and at least one data structure between dataframe or list.
The project can be in any domain.
Example of a project: analyze the trend of car collisions during the pandemic. Feel free to explore data on the web, including the open data from NYC at https://opendata.cityofnewyork.us/data/, as source for ideas and projects.
Each student must define her/his own project to develop, on which s/he will work alone.
Each project must be unique: no project sharing.
Two students cannot work on the same project, although the domain can be the same.
The project is to be developed over a few weeks, with weekly imcremental submissions, and with the final submission on ***.
It is not required for a weekly submission to be complete project: the spirit is to incrementally submit parts and improvements to your project, culuminating with the final submission of the complete project solution.
One way, but not the only one, to split the weekly deliverable is to have: project description and data by week 1, first, perhaps partial, implementation by week 2; final implementation, perhaps with charts where applicable, in week 3.

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