Last night I had the pleasure of presenting a talk for the PyData Boston Meetup. I presented a project I started earlier this summer, using data from the General Social Survey to measure and predict trends in religious affiliation and belief in the U.S.
The slides, which include the results so far and an overview of the methodology, are here:
And the code and data are all in this Jupyter notebook. I'll post additional results and discussion over the next few weeks.
Thanks to Milos Miljkovic, organizer of the PyData Boston Meetup, for inviting me, and to O'Reilly Media for hosting the meeting.