Classifying Tornado Intensity

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I will be using the Historical Tornado Tracks dataset from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Weather Service (NWS) to predict a tornado’s F-scale rating. The data I am using can be found here.

First, lets discuss what the F-scale is. Also called the Fujita scale, the F-scale rating was introduced in 1971 by Ted Fujita and Allen Pearson. It was designed as a way to…

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Passionate about data, software engineering, and all things cars. Data Scientist.

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