Design and build innovative products for “Smart Living” and win $3,550 in prizes at the SDSU Big Data Hackathon, March 6 and 9.
Combines geographic boundary files for communities, cities and tracts in San
I’m in training this afternoon for using the API for San Diego’s CityIQ Smart street lamps. These street lamps have cameras and computers that can detect and report: Parking, cars moving into and out of a parking space Count and speed of cars in street Pedestrian counts, speed and direction Environmental measurements: temperature, humidity I’ll … Read moreSan Diego Smart Streetlamp Training
Advance your nonprofit mission using data with this $6,000 data services grant.
Test your skills and help SDSU journalism students with a class project. The Data Library will be helping SDSU Digital Journalism students with an interesting joint project: students ask data questions, we give data answers, and they write articles. You can test your data skills, and maybe learn a few new skills, by helping to answer … Read moreHacks and Hackers: Support data journalism with data analysis
Our Insights Service is a Question and Answer site for data questions, to make it easier for civic-minded San Diegans to better understand our local issues. However, it can be difficult to ask a good question that our analysts can answer. Here are some tips for writing a good data question. A good data question … Read moreHow to Write a Good Data Question
Social Data Saturday: Saturday data analysis session at the UCSD library with the Python Saturday meetup.
JupyterLab online for easier Data analysis.
Join the Data Library’s project to visualize water quality data from San Francisco Bay.
Get answers to data questions about San Diego at our new Insights Q&A service.