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Binder

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

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Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

Building a shareable dashboard with Bokeh and Binder

3 minute read

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In the spring, I was experimenting with visualizing spatial information in Python and was having good success with the Bokeh package. Bokeh is great because it allows you to create interactive visualizations relatively quickly without needing to know JavaScript. Recent versions also handle GeoJSON data quite well which makes it easy to use with spatial vector data. Read more

Bokeh

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

Building a shareable dashboard with Bokeh and Binder

3 minute read

Published:

In the spring, I was experimenting with visualizing spatial information in Python and was having good success with the Bokeh package. Bokeh is great because it allows you to create interactive visualizations relatively quickly without needing to know JavaScript. Recent versions also handle GeoJSON data quite well which makes it easy to use with spatial vector data. Read more

Geohackweek

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

Jupyter Notebook

JupyterLab

My favorite JupyterLab features

1 minute read

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Like a lot of Jupyter Notebook users, I’ve been switching over to JupyterLab over the last 8 months or so. While it is still a young project and some features will no doubt be improved (Find/Replace, anyone?), it has a lot going for it. Here, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite features. Read more

LEIA Project

PyPI

Python

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

Building a shareable dashboard with Bokeh and Binder

3 minute read

Published:

In the spring, I was experimenting with visualizing spatial information in Python and was having good success with the Bokeh package. Bokeh is great because it allows you to create interactive visualizations relatively quickly without needing to know JavaScript. Recent versions also handle GeoJSON data quite well which makes it easy to use with spatial vector data. Read more

My favorite JupyterLab features

1 minute read

Published:

Like a lot of Jupyter Notebook users, I’ve been switching over to JupyterLab over the last 8 months or so. While it is still a young project and some features will no doubt be improved (Find/Replace, anyone?), it has a lot going for it. Here, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite features. Read more

R

TremorViz

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

UW eScience Institute

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

bash

My favorite JupyterLab features

1 minute read

Published:

Like a lot of Jupyter Notebook users, I’ve been switching over to JupyterLab over the last 8 months or so. While it is still a young project and some features will no doubt be improved (Find/Replace, anyone?), it has a lot going for it. Here, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite features. Read more

dataviz

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

Building a shareable dashboard with Bokeh and Binder

3 minute read

Published:

In the spring, I was experimenting with visualizing spatial information in Python and was having good success with the Bokeh package. Bokeh is great because it allows you to create interactive visualizations relatively quickly without needing to know JavaScript. Recent versions also handle GeoJSON data quite well which makes it easy to use with spatial vector data. Read more

density

empty promises

Obligatory introductory post

less than 1 minute read

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By convention, every blog needs an initial post where the author overpromises what is to come, so here it goes… Read more

git

My favorite JupyterLab features

1 minute read

Published:

Like a lot of Jupyter Notebook users, I’ve been switching over to JupyterLab over the last 8 months or so. While it is still a young project and some features will no doubt be improved (Find/Replace, anyone?), it has a lot going for it. Here, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite features. Read more

introduction

Obligatory introductory post

less than 1 minute read

Published:

By convention, every blog needs an initial post where the author overpromises what is to come, so here it goes… Read more

mapping

markdown preview

My favorite JupyterLab features

1 minute read

Published:

Like a lot of Jupyter Notebook users, I’ve been switching over to JupyterLab over the last 8 months or so. While it is still a young project and some features will no doubt be improved (Find/Replace, anyone?), it has a lot going for it. Here, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite features. Read more

packaging

rppc

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more

table of contents

My favorite JupyterLab features

1 minute read

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Like a lot of Jupyter Notebook users, I’ve been switching over to JupyterLab over the last 8 months or so. While it is still a young project and some features will no doubt be improved (Find/Replace, anyone?), it has a lot going for it. Here, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite features. Read more

terminal

My favorite JupyterLab features

1 minute read

Published:

Like a lot of Jupyter Notebook users, I’ve been switching over to JupyterLab over the last 8 months or so. While it is still a young project and some features will no doubt be improved (Find/Replace, anyone?), it has a lot going for it. Here, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite features. Read more

xarray

Geohackweek highlights

4 minute read

Published:

Last week I had the privilege of taking part in Geohackweek, a week-long event from the UW eScience Institute that brings together people from academia and industry to learn about and practice the latest developments at the intersection of data science and geospatial analyses. Read more