A study of US accidents from 2016 to 2020 using US Accident Dataset from Kaggle.

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Regardless of where you live, car accidents happen everywhere. For the moment, all cars are driven by people, which makes driving prone to human error.

Usually, for a accident to occur, all you need is more than one car. And, sometimes, not even that. Human error, occasionally cause by weather conditions or some exterior factors will lead to a car accident.

In this post, I will present what the data from US accidents in the past few years (2016–2020) tells us about US car accidents…

Joaquim Santos

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