Datamatch 2012 was a huge success!
This year, we had 2129 people participate, which was slightly down from last year. However, fun was definitely had by all.
Here are some aggregated raw Datamatch statistics.
Datamatch 2011 was an astounding success. This year, Datamatch had 878 males and 1382 females participating. In case you don't have a slide rule handy, this works out to a total of 2260 participants, making this the most successful Datamatch in memory. Good work, Harvard!
Here are some fun/interesting stats from the answers that we saw this year:
Datamatch 2010 was an overwhelming success!
We ushered in a new era of decreased awkwardness and increased win by implementing bidirectional pairings for all undergraduate participants. We also received one of the largest numbers of submissions in our history, with almost 2000 validated submissions!
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