Prospect development professionals have the responsibility of identifying people who are likely to give. Each organization may work through this process differently, but James Rygg believes that machine learning is one of the most efficient ways to organize data and identify people successfully.
A connection score is one of the ways organizations can determine how likely an individual is to make a gift. Former George Washington University employee Lindsey Nadeau and technical analyst Marisa Ontko teamed up to provide insight on they implemented connections scores, and how you can too.
2019 Plug In to Data Science Recordings Bundle
Price: Members: $210; Non-Members: $299
Download the 2019 Plug In to Data Science Recordings Bundle for nine educational recordings featuring data science findings your team won’t want to miss.
Today’s data scientists face the challenge of not only gathering data, but also representing the data accurately through well-written stories. In this Q&A, Plug in to Data Science keynote speaker Brian Xu previews his upcoming presentation, “Crafting a Data Story: U.S. Government Shutdown Impact.”
Presenter: F Nicholas Sollog, The Sollog Group
Year: Prospect Development 2019 - Phoenix, AZ
Price: MemberS: $49, Non-members: $79