NOTE: This is a very short assignment so as not to interfere with your Thanksgiving Holiday. Feel free to wait until Monday morning to do it. It should not take you more than 1/2 an hour.
In preparation for our "What, really, do we mean by 'Prediction'?" discussion coming up on Monday (11/26), please go look for your name in a tab at the bottom at this Google Sheet. Click on the tab with your name to reveal a sheet that will have three column headings highlighted in yellow. For those columns, fill in numbers between zero and one in each row, based on the guidelines explained here. If you would like to fill out more than the three columns assigned to you on your sheet, please feel free. The tab "Sample" (screen shot attached here) shows entries filled out for four columns, just to give you an idea of what a finished sheet might look like.
You do NOT need to submit any link, etc. to Canvas this week, as your name is clearly shown on the sheet & it will be easy to see your contributions.
In Seminar, we will analyze the group's opinions, and hark back to our discussions from early in the semester (and to the “Framework” for Predictive Systems & the Questions and Tools listing), to see how well we agree on the definition of "prediction," and what "prediction" means in the very different contexts in which its used.
[PLEASE be careful not to edit any sheets other than your own in this Google Spreadsheet, and don't worry about colors--they will change on their own using the "conditional formatting" feature employed in this sheet.]