Training Data

Supported By: 
Dept of Employment

Using datasets from Employment, Education and Industry, and any other suitable datasets, analyse whether people are training and/or retraining to respond to changes in local industry activity and labour markets Hint: Consider the benefit of this information for jobseekers

 

Eligibility Criteria

Must use at least one dataset published by the Dept Employment, Education & Industry from data.gov.au

ABS and opengov db

Team Name: 
Will

A video is inappropriate. Essentially I am scraping large volumes of open data from government and public sources, centralising and identifying regular expressions from random samples of data points from across each table and row, alongside selected pattern recognition statastical tools (clustering table data together for initial matching, anf fluctuating glanularity based on a decision framework) to produce decision making trees for the linking of relationships between large quantities of datasets in a logarithmic fashion, without having to process every individual data point.

Mycity in Virtual Reality

Team Name: 
Team Gold Coast

My City in Virtual Reality

Why do we need Virtual Reality?

Virtual Reality is becoming popular day by day. Using this technology, users can feel the virtual experience of the places. The Gold Coast is hosting the Commonwealth 2018 Games. The Gold Coast is going to attract more visitors from all over the world for this event.

How does the Virtual Reality app work?

LiveSafe

Team Name: 
Thunderbolt

Project Description

Data analysis and data journalism project, focussed on the causal factors of Family Violence within Victoria.

These informed data findings, discussed in a high level overview, data journalism format, will allow stake holders to gain an in depth understanding of key factors that drive the reduction of family violence incidents.

This data analytics and predictive modeling research will be utilized to visually depict relevant factors, trends and recommendations in family violence issues.  

Startup Helper

Team Name: 
Hackaroos

It was estimated that 13.1% of the Australian adult population from (18–64) were actively engaged in starting and running new businesses in 2014. This equates to 2.3 million early-stage entrepreneurs. With this Total Entrepreneurial activity Australia is amongst the highest of all developed countries.