Posts Tagged Google

December 29th, 2010

My work at the University of Luxembourg focuses on developing a residential model utilizing economic theory for agent location. Agents locate depending on many internal (family) and external (environment) factors. An import consideration for any household is a location’s accessibility to public (train station) and private (shopping) services and work. In order to determine the accessibility of a location you must determine the distance, time and/or cost of reaching all desirable locations.

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April 15th, 2010

While Google provides analytical tools such as Google trends, it is possible to make deductions from the number of hits a search gets. Things people are more interested in will have more results. For some reason I began thinking about using Google hits to see if people have greater pain on their left or right body part. I opened a spreadsheet and began doing Google searches for ‘my [left/right] [body part] hurts’ for many body parts.

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