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I am trying to find an interesting postgraduate Mathematics project topic, not difficult too, it supposes to be only project proposal for now around 3000 words, I searched the internet these are some topics which interest me but are they good enough? The history of Mathematics, Algebra, Greek maths theory and inventions, maths in time

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I am trying to find an interesting postgraduate Mathematics project topic, not difficult too, it supposes to be only project proposal for now around 3000 words, I searched the internet these are some topics which interest me but are they good enough? The history of Mathematics, Algebra, Greek maths theory and inventions, maths in time

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Well they're good enough to make you a professor!
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do you like statistics and probability ? if yes try to use the COVID19 outbreak data and do some variance math to come up with future predictions. This will be really interesting as its current affairs now. Let me know if you need any support
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do you like statistics and probability ? if yes try to use the COVID19 outbreak data and do some variance math to come up with future predictions. This will be really interesting as its current affairs now. Let me know if you need any support
This is a good idea, I don't really like statistics I am more algebra calculus person, but thanks I can definitely think about that
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Haha you think
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Haha you think
Yes!
You can also become famous if you're also good at physics.
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This is a good idea, I don't really like statistics I am more algebra calculus person, but thanks I can definitely think about that
the relationship between age/underlying condition and getting the virus
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the relationship between age/underlying condition and getting the virus
yes. that is a wonderful metrics. But do you have the real data ? where are you going to get the data. if you do not have the data, then make up something and see if you can come up with some prediction method.
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yes. that is a wonderful metrics. But do you have the real data ? where are you going to get the data. if you do not have the data, then make up something and see if you can come up with some prediction method.
The data online but it's rapidly changing
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Where is the raw data. please share the link.

This is what I am using for my modal.
https://www.ft.com/coronavirus-latest

https://www.gov.uk/government/public...onavirus-cases
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are you doing a project ?
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Nothing academic. I am an entrepreneur trying to come up with something new. So far all dead ends.
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Cool, good luck with that. keep me updated if you don't mind
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