Posts by Tags

A/B Testing

A/B Testing and Econometrics - Part 2

10 minute read

Published:

This is the second post in a two part post on A/B testing and causal inference using Econometric methods. The first post can be found here.

Airbnb

Sentiment Analysis of Airbnb Reviews

4 minute read

Published:

The ubiquity of the multi side sharing economy platforms has gotten most of us accustomed to assigning a ‘star-rating’ post usage of a service. In the case of Uber it is a 5 star scale that both driver and passenger assign each other. In the case of Airbnb it is a 10 point scale for a variety of criterion that both hosts and renters assign each other.

Are Airbnb hosts really just sharing excess capacity? - Evidence from San Franscico

4 minute read

Published:

The growth of the short-term home and room rental marketplace Airbnb has been nothing short of explosive. From its inception in 2008 as a small experiment by it’s founders to make some extra money to cover rent during a design conference in San Francisco, it has grown into a global hospitality behemoth valued at 31 billion dollars with 4 million properties listed. Leveraging the power of the sharing economy, this growth has been possible without Airbnb owning a single property.

Analytics

A/B Testing and Econometrics - Part 2

10 minute read

Published:

This is the second post in a two part post on A/B testing and causal inference using Econometric methods. The first post can be found here.

Data Visualization

Are Airbnb hosts really just sharing excess capacity? - Evidence from San Franscico

4 minute read

Published:

The growth of the short-term home and room rental marketplace Airbnb has been nothing short of explosive. From its inception in 2008 as a small experiment by it’s founders to make some extra money to cover rent during a design conference in San Francisco, it has grown into a global hospitality behemoth valued at 31 billion dollars with 4 million properties listed. Leveraging the power of the sharing economy, this growth has been possible without Airbnb owning a single property.

DataVisualization

Sentiment Analysis of Airbnb Reviews

4 minute read

Published:

The ubiquity of the multi side sharing economy platforms has gotten most of us accustomed to assigning a ‘star-rating’ post usage of a service. In the case of Uber it is a 5 star scale that both driver and passenger assign each other. In the case of Airbnb it is a 10 point scale for a variety of criterion that both hosts and renters assign each other.

Econometrics

Do ride sharing services make traffic congestion worse?

11 minute read

Published:

The introduction of ride sharing platforms like Uber and Lyft have made our lives significantly better. Gone are the days where not owning a car meant meticulous examination of public transport schedules or expensive cab rides. They have so seamlessly integrated into our lives that it’s hard for me to even think about life without access to a ride on demand, wherever I am, at whatever time of the night.

A/B Testing and Econometrics - Part 2

10 minute read

Published:

This is the second post in a two part post on A/B testing and causal inference using Econometric methods. The first post can be found here.

Experiences

Lessons From Trying To Start-Up

5 minute read

Published:

In early 2015 the buzz around the sharing economy was heating up and I decided that there was a market to build a product in that space. Reading ‘What’s mine is yours’ by Rachel Botsman contributed to selling me on the idea.

Sharing Economy

Are Airbnb hosts really just sharing excess capacity? - Evidence from San Franscico

4 minute read

Published:

The growth of the short-term home and room rental marketplace Airbnb has been nothing short of explosive. From its inception in 2008 as a small experiment by it’s founders to make some extra money to cover rent during a design conference in San Francisco, it has grown into a global hospitality behemoth valued at 31 billion dollars with 4 million properties listed. Leveraging the power of the sharing economy, this growth has been possible without Airbnb owning a single property.

SharingEconomy

Do ride sharing services make traffic congestion worse?

11 minute read

Published:

The introduction of ride sharing platforms like Uber and Lyft have made our lives significantly better. Gone are the days where not owning a car meant meticulous examination of public transport schedules or expensive cab rides. They have so seamlessly integrated into our lives that it’s hard for me to even think about life without access to a ride on demand, wherever I am, at whatever time of the night.

Sentiment Analysis of Airbnb Reviews

4 minute read

Published:

The ubiquity of the multi side sharing economy platforms has gotten most of us accustomed to assigning a ‘star-rating’ post usage of a service. In the case of Uber it is a 5 star scale that both driver and passenger assign each other. In the case of Airbnb it is a 10 point scale for a variety of criterion that both hosts and renters assign each other.

Lessons From Trying To Start-Up

5 minute read

Published:

In early 2015 the buzz around the sharing economy was heating up and I decided that there was a market to build a product in that space. Reading ‘What’s mine is yours’ by Rachel Botsman contributed to selling me on the idea.

StartUp

Lessons From Trying To Start-Up

5 minute read

Published:

In early 2015 the buzz around the sharing economy was heating up and I decided that there was a market to build a product in that space. Reading ‘What’s mine is yours’ by Rachel Botsman contributed to selling me on the idea.

Uber

Do ride sharing services make traffic congestion worse?

11 minute read

Published:

The introduction of ride sharing platforms like Uber and Lyft have made our lives significantly better. Gone are the days where not owning a car meant meticulous examination of public transport schedules or expensive cab rides. They have so seamlessly integrated into our lives that it’s hard for me to even think about life without access to a ride on demand, wherever I am, at whatever time of the night.