Deploy an Age-Guessing Website
Make a website that guesses people’s ages from their names.
Specify the name in a URL query string rather than in a form:
how it works
This example was live-coded at the Wolfram Research booth at SXSW, March 11, 2014.
The “MostCommonAge” predictor for given names is built into the Wolfram Language. It analyzes statistical distributions of ages to determine the most common age for a given name:
Make a website that gives the most common age of a name entered into a form. Click the link in the resulting CloudObject to visit the website:
Alternatively, you can make a URL whose query string specifies the name:
This link visits the URL with the name “Erin”: