Over the past few months, we have been working with a company called Static (a data science company from Brazil) to design features for predictive algorithms. One of the first considerations when working with predictive algorithms is choosing relevant data to train on. We Phone Number List decided quite naively to put together a list of web page features that we thought might offer some value. Our goal was simply to see if, from the features available, we could come close to predicting a web page's rank in Google. We learned early in this process that we had to put blinders on inaccessible data and hope for the best with what we had. What follows is an analysis of the data we collected, how Phone Number List we collected it, and useful correlations derived from the data.
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