Survey about Workshops and Datathon Participation
In February 2020, Women In Data Science @ Stanford University will be hosting the Datathon ( Details will be announced later, but we know that the competition will be on a health-related topic. We, Seattle Women in Data Science, will be forming teams of up to 4 people for the competition. We are also currently approaching data scientists from various companies in Seattle to mentor our teams. To prepare us for the Datathon, we will be hosting two workshops (see below for details) in January.

After the Datathon is announced, all teams will meet on Thursdays (February 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th) from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The venue will be the Google South Lake Union campus for the workshops and meetings for the Datathon. Teams may also meet outside the weekly meetings as needed.

To plan these events and to form teams, we would like to hear from you about your interests. Please answer the following questions by Monday, Dec. 16th.
1. How would you describe your level of experience in working with data? *
2a. Because we will be forming teams, if you are interested in participating in the Datathon, please enter your name
Your answer
2b. Please enter your email address
Your answer
The following questions are about the workshops we are planning. Both of them are scheduled to be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., on Google campus in South Lake Union. Please indicate your likelihood of attending each workshop.
3. Thursday, January 16th: Workshop on Jupyter notebook and Colab *
4. Thursday, January 23rd: Workshop on Kaggle notebook *
The following questions are regarding Datathon
Please check the box if you have experience with the following:
How much time are you able to commit to Datathon during the month of February?
In which area do you need mentoring?
Your answer
Thank you for filling out this survey! We will follow up regarding the Datathon on a later date to form teams. Stay tuned!
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