About the Portfolio Project: OKCupid Date-A-Scientist category

The OKCupid Date-A-Scientist Project

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  • Data Science Career Path

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Had a ton of fun doing it, a bit messy but I hope it’s comprehensive ;D It took quite some time since I got stuck mainly due to data augmentation and finding the object of my research. Only on the past two days I really got involved with it. I will probably keep on working on it, maybe generate find a better algorithm, label things differently since at this points the model is underfit.

Here’s the Presentation

Here is my data science OKCupid project. I struggled with the testing of the machine learning models, but I think I found relevant results. Please let me know what you think and where I can improve.

Hello, here is the link to my OKCupid Portfolio Project: GitHub

Any feedback is welcome.



I had fun completing this project! It was a good challenge, with a lot of potential scope and lots of variables to narrow down, and as such I got a bit bogged down in data analysis and augmentation, but I ended up with something which I’m pretty happy with. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!