You've probably come across tons of fantasy cricket sites, where you select 11 players before the start of a season and then depending on how your well the players you selected perform, you just might become eligible for the prizes on offer. We have a similar Problem. Techfest in collaboration with IBM brings forth, Code The Game, a competition based on Data Analytics of T-20 matches. If you are a sports freak or if you like number crunching, this is a competition, you must participate in.
The goal of the problem is to use the power of data analytics to analyse T-20 matches and build your T-20 Dream Team.
Language to be used : Any open source language
Platform : IBM Bluemix . https://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/bluemix/
Watson APIs to be used : Discovery, Alchemy API & ML Tools on IBM BlueMix: https://www.ibm.com/watson/developercloud/discovery.html
Outcome in the form of : UI where one can upload match data and get the output
Who can participate ?
Anyone having a valid student ID card of their college or university is eligible to participate in this competition
How to register ?
Please follow this process:- www.techfest.org -> Competitions -> Contrivance -> Code The Game -> Register
How many persons can be there in one team?
One team can have maximum 4 members.
Can a team have person from different colleges?
What should I do if I want to change my team member?
The participants who wish to change their team member will have to register once again with the details about their new team member, the new team formed will be provided with a different team id.
1. Last date for registration: 1st November
2. Last date for Final Analysis Report of Stage-1 (for all registered teams): 1st November
3. Results and Shortlisting of top 30 teams: 27th November
4. Preparation for Stage-2 (for top 30 teams): 27th November-28th December
5. Presentation of your complete report: 29th-31st December 2017 at Techfest, IIT Bombay
A Shortlist based on abstracts will be uploaded on this webpage, and please refer Problem Statement for Judging and other criteria.
The T-20 Match Data which is to be analysed for Stage-1 is available at
http://www.techfest.org/resources/MIvsKKR.pdf Note: The Data is for Academic Purposes only.
Primary Watson APIs Link which will help the Participants to solve the stage 1 and 2.
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