Greg Schwartz: Quantified Dating

December 8, 2014

Greg Schwartz has spent a lot of time thinking about his dating life. In this entertaining and interesting talk, presented at the Bay Area QS meetup group, Greg walked through a deep dive into the data he’s been able to collect about his dating interactions and online dating experience. This includes a thorough analysis of his messaging history, where he found out that messages between 200-300 characters tend to work best. Not satisfied with only exploring his own data, he also embarked on an interesting exercise where he was able to see and interact with his sister’s online dating profile.

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