Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) November 04, 2012
Boston Predictive Analytics and Tutorteddy used sample polls conducted by different organizations for last 8 years on the likely Ohio voters.
Some of the polls numbers that were used are University of Cincinnati/Ohio Poll, FOX News/Rasmussen, Reuters/Zogby, Quinnipiac, and others.
Some of the algorithms that went in to the ensemble are SVM (Support Vector Machine), Random Forest, and Decision Tree, and others. This is a pure academic exercise, and none of the companies claim that this is accurate, and anyone must not make any decision based on this. To ask any question about these algorithms, and to get Statistics Help visit, http://tutorteddy.com/site/free_statistics_help.php.
According to some other polls, about 32% of the Ohio voters have already cast their votes and the President leads 62% to the 36% of those voters. Mitt Romney is expected to gain a lead amongst the Ohioans who still plan to cast their votes; provided they get to the polls on the Election Day. If Romney fails to win in Ohio, he has to win in Wisconsin, the new Ohio, to move to the White House.
Romney’s narrow lead and trustworthiness in some Ohio poll are mainly based on some crucial factors like job creation, dealing with economy and energy policy.
About the company
Boston Predictive Analytics (http://bostonpredictiveanalytics.com ) is a leader in customer churn analysis, lead scoring, and patient re-admission predictions. Its product BPAEyeQ offers latest algorithms that have reduced the cost of churn analysis by over 80% with similar or improved precision compared to conventional techniques.
Boston Predictive Analytics, Inc.
Cambridge Innovation Center,
One Broadway, 14th Floor,
Cambridge, MA 02142,
Tutorteddy (http://tutorteddy.com/site/free_statistics_help.php ) is a leader in providing Statistics help to students or professionals.