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Re: My NCAA tournament brackets

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  • Subject: [mg117428] Re: My NCAA tournament brackets
  • From: hrh1818 <hrhan at>
  • Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2011 06:00:30 -0500 (EST)
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On Mar 16, 6:30 am, Mark McClure <mcmcc... at> wrote:
> I've posted my NCAA brackets here:
> Yes, this is Mathematica related.  Mathematica was used to
>   * scrape results of all division 1 games off of the web,
>   * massage that data into a matrix whose eigenstructure is
>      relevant to team rankings, and
>   * format the results into a binary tree representing the tournament.
> It's really great fun!
> Mark McClure

Thank you for making your procedure available for predicting the
winner of the NCAA basketball tourney. I am using your procedure to
learn how to extract data from a web page.

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