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What makes a name timeless or trendy? In this project, you'll use data published by the U.S. Social Security Administration spanning over a hundred years to understand American baby name tastes. The ranking, grouping, joining, ordering, and pattern matching skills you'll use in this project are broadly applicable: understanding changing tastes is a key competency for businesses as well as parents searching for a baby name!
- 1Classic American names
- 2Timeless or trendy?
- 3Top-ranked female names since 1920
- 4Picking a baby name
- 5The Olivia expansion
- 6Many males with the same name
- 7Top male names over the years
- 8The most years at number one
Curriculum Manager, DataCamp
Izzy is a Curriculum Manager at DataCamp. She discovered a love for data during her seven years as an accounting professor at the University of Washington. She holds a masters degree in taxation and is a Certified Public Accountant. Her passion is making learning technical topics fun for students.
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