Google Colab offers hosted Jupyter notebooks that are integrated with Google Drive and Github. The customized Jupyter Notebook application has some nice features, and a few quirks, but has one feature that I’ve wanted for years: comments. This version of Jupyter Notebook seems perfect for collaborating on notebooks, which is otherwise very difficult. Here is … Read moreSharing Jupyter Notebooks with Google Colab
GIS For Journalists: help us plan a workshop to train journalists in geographic analysis and map making skills.
For this workshop, you will need to install: QGIS. Also, install OpenLayers Tableau Review of Data Sources Data Lists for the Hackathon Census Reporter Healthy Places Index Sangis Planning Database Major Concepts Census, Tracts and Zip Codes Joins: Attribute and Spatial Datasets to load Census Reporter. Median Household Income in the Past 12 Months San … Read moreBig Data Hackathon Workshop
Downtown parking patterns, from 30 million parking events, recorded by San Diego’s smart street-lamps.
Design and build innovative products for “Smart Living” and win $3,550 in prizes at the SDSU Big Data Hackathon, March 6 and 9.
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.