This post is part of a series on differential privacy. Learn more and browse all the posts published to date on the differential privacy blog series page in NIST’s Privacy Engineering Collaboration Space. In our last post, we discussed how to determine how many people drink pumpkin spice lattes in a given time period without learning their identifying information. But say, for example, you would like to know the total amount spent on pumpkin spice lattes this year, or the average price of a pumpkin spice latte since 2010. You’d like to detect these trends in data without being able to learn

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