Goal: Encourage positive and forward-looking reflection on your A1 experience — both working on your project and listening to your classmates' presentations.
Preliminary step: By Tue Sep 21, 11:59pm, each team should post their slides/visual aids, and, if comfortable doing so, your report or other writeup, as a new post on the course discussion site. Make your post a "Post" (the second, blue button when creating a new thread), not a "Question". Make your "Note" title informative/recognizable, and include all team members' names in the Note. Use the category tag A1_reflection.
Main tasks. From now on, this is an individual assignment (consider your teams for A1 to be disbanded). That is why there will be no grouping on CMS for A1.R.
To find out if nodes of property X get more Y, pair up nodes with property X with nodes that are for related products (where "related" would be defined [fill in]). You'd probably have to discard nodes with property Z in order to make sure that [the comparison is valid]. It seems like we couldn't directly test for Y, but maybe an approximation Y' would be [whatever you suggest]The pedagogical point: now that you've had experience with these kinds of experiments and found out about other people's techniques, let's practice applying your (potentially new)"experimental setup" knowledge, to help hone your instincts for: "what is the next concrete bit of research I could do?"