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Graphing the introductory data from Pikkety's new book CapitalRead more
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Analysis of 50 years of mass shootings in the US.Read more
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How long does it take to break even on investments in paid ads?Read more
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Attempting to define our Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) and using it to determine the best kinds of companies to target for B2B sales.Read more
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Quick dive into some retention metrics for the preceeding 18 months to determine the cause of the recent decline.Read more
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Plotting out global average temperatures since the Industrial RevolutionRead more
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Here we present a new approach to calculate the lifetime value of our B2C customers and how we can track and improve this moving forward.Read more
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Jupyter notebookRead more
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Learn how to start publishing and sharing reports so everyone across the business can learn from your insights.Read more
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The template for the Kyso templates 😉Read more
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Graphing multiple metrics from our Intercom data to gain valuable insights about the business.Read more
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This guide will walk you through how to connect to an Airtable base from a Jupyter notebook, pull in your data and plot it, all with python.Read more
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A simple visualisation of the forecasted GDP levels of various countries to 2030.Read more
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Graphing SEO metrics from Google Analytics to show meaningful insights for an online educational platform that has been running an extensive content marketing campaign for the last 18 months in order to drive more traffic to their website.Read more
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Gain access to your MongoDB data so you can learn actionable insights about your business.Read more
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Integrate Github with Kyso to supercharge the way you communicate your data & analysis.Read more
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A centralised hub for sharing and collaborating on technical reports.Read more
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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases in Spain.Read more
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Plotting healthcare expenditure per capita in US$ purchasing power parity against average life expectancy at birth to get a rough view of how countries compare.Read more
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This is the first time in human history our planet's atmosphere has had more than 415 parts per million CO2, according to sensors at the [Mauna Loa Observatory](, a research outpost of the [National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency](https:/Read more
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Breaking down the companies worldwide valued at $1 billion or more.Read more
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Infographic on the 2019 European elections, showing us national voting methods, age requirements and number of MEPs.Read more
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An analysis of the voter turnout, with the European parliamentary elections coming soon.Read more
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Mapping the cost of living and property price to income ratios for over 70 countries using pandas and plotly.Read more
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Global score on environmental issues by country and continentRead more
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Data Visualisation: An Intro to Plotly's CufflinksRead more
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Plotting out the ratio of Goals for and Against to visualise overall competitiveness.Read more
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A Heat Map of the global atmospheric CO2 concentrations in ppm from 1959 to 2018.Read more
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Using data from the World Bank, we attempt to gauge a better measure of cross-country standards of living using purchasing power parity. Read more
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Exploratory analysis of suicide rates around the world & among different sub-groups.Read more
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Inspired by a recent Vox article, I extend previous analysis to look at the total cumulative CO2 emissions from 1750 to 2016 to determine ultimate responsibility.Read more
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This animation shows the population density of U.S. counties between 1790 and 2010, showing the westward expansion of the country’s population.Read more
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Academics have built models to assess the probability of a putschRead more
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Measuring how environmentally efficient economies are by visualising how many metric tonnes of CO2 it takes in each country to produce one unit of economic output.Read more
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Quick analysis of national carbon dioxide emissions on a per-capita basis. Some results are surprising! Read more
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Graphing the latest data on global per capita meat consumption. Per capita consumption increases with higher incomes. Read more
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A Heat Map of the global atmospheric CO2 concentrations in ppm from 1959 to 2018.Read more
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An infographic of the numbers behind the explosion in the growth of data generation.Read more
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A graph of recent opinion surveys that demonstrate the rising support for the new Brexit Party. Read more
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![economics.png](economics.png) Source: Original Report from the The European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), *Benchmarking Working Europe 2019*Read more
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A brief post on how Airbnb's Knowledge Repo inspired us to build Kyso for Teams, and how it improves upon the original idea.Read more
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How heavy use of social media is linked to mental illness among youngsters in Britain.Read more
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Countries with Highest CO2 Emissions Per CapitaRead more
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A graph that shows US corporations continuing to earn the majority of their profits in tax havens around the world.Read more
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Really cool web dashboard created completely with python. Read more
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Do any of today's modern players have a hope of catching Pele's historic feat of 708 goals in all competitions?Read more
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An Interactive Application using Plotly's DashRead more
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Dash App for uploading any file with xy, xyyy etc. coordinates & automatically graphing a scalar plot.Read more
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Graph of index values of most expensive countriesRead more
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Chart of harmfulness of different drugs, both to users and to societyRead more
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Graph of some of the highest meat-consuming countries by kilos per person.Read more
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Kyso's custom Jupyterlab extension to publish your work to the web from any Jupyterlab environment.Read more
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Learn how we automatically connect your knowledge repo to Kyso via our Github integration.Read more
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Launching a Jupyterlab Instance on Kyso.Read more
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Learn how to quickly get set up and running with Kyso's data science docker image. This tutorial will also demonstrate how you can append your own libraries to the image & run the extended image.Read more
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Learn how to create a post from scratch using our web editorRead more
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Learn how to upload a file or multiple files to make a post on Kyso.Read more
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Learn how to connect your existing Github repositories to Kyso. Continue to work from the command line and see all of your commits pushed to Github be automatically reflected on Kyso. Read more
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Jupyterlab plotly extension to customize charts with no code!Read more
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Visualization of Numbeo's Quality of Life IndexRead more
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Quick-Fire Guide in Setting Up a Simple Bokeh AppRead more
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Bayesian Modelling in PythonRead more
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Learn how to create powerful and interactive presentations from Jupyter Notebooks.Read more
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Learn how to create & deploy shareable data applications & live dashboards on Kyso with Bokeh.Read more
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Learn about all the features Kyso has to offer & how you can incorporate the platform into your data science workflow.Read more
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Visualizing OpenAI Gym Space Invaders in JupyterRead more
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Multiple Pie Chart DimensionsRead more
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Quick-fire guide on how to upload .csv file to a Kyso workspace, plot the data and publish to the web.Read more
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Kyso's all-in-one docker image for data science and machine learning.Read more
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Kyso's custom Jupyterlab extension to publish your work to the web from any Jupyterlab environment.Read more
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A Tool for Collaborative and Reproducible Data Science.Read more
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Cloud Infrastructure changes, a totally revamped UI and the launch of our new, custom Jupyterlab extension.Read more
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Data Visualisation: An Intro to SeabornRead more
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Data Visualisation: An Intro to Plotly's CufflinksRead more
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Data Visualisation: An Intro to MatplotlibRead more
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Data Visualisation: An Intro to BokehRead more
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Capital in the 21st Century - Growth Illusions and RealitiesRead more
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Quick-Fire Guide: Reading JSON Data into Pandas DataFramesRead more
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Capital in the 21st Century - Income and OutputRead more
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Data Visualisation: An Intro to PlotlyRead more
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The country with the best restaraunts The magazine Restaraunt just released its Worlds best restaraunts 2018 list and I wanted to see which country is most represented. Obviously this list is super subjective, but its fun. Spain comes out on top with 7 restaraunts on the list, followed by the USA (6) and France (5).Read more
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Capital in the 21st Century - IntroductionRead more
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1. Meet Professor William Sharpe An investment may make sense if we expect it to return more money than it costs. But returns are only part of the story because they are risky - there may be a range of possible outcomes. How does one compare different investments that may deliver similar results on average, but exhibit different levels of risks? Enter William Sharpe. He introduced the reward-to-variability ratio in 1966 that soon came to be called the Sharpe Ratio. It compares the expected returns for two investment opportunities and calculates the additional return per unit of risk an investor could obtain by choosing one over the other. In particular, it looks at the difference in returns for two investments and compares the average difference to the standard deviation (as a measure of risk) of this difference. A higher Sharpe ratio means that the reward will be higher for a given amount of risk. It is common to compare a specific opportunity against a benchmark that represents an entire category of investments. The Sharpe ratio has been one of the most popular risk/return measures in finance, not least because it's so simple to use. It also helped that Professor Sharpe won a Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1990 for his work on the capital asset pricing model (CAPM). Let's learn about the Sharpe ratio by calculating it for the stocks of the two tech giants Facebook and Amazon. As a benchmark, we'll use the S&P 500 that measures the performance of the 500 largest stocks in the US.Read more
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1. Dr. John Snow Dr. John Snow (1813-1858) was a famous British physician and is widely recognized as a legendary figure in the history of public health and a leading pioneer in the development of anesthesia. Some even say one of the greatest physicians of all time. As a leading advocate of both anesthesia and hygienic practices in medicine, he not only experimented with ether and chloroform but also designed a mask and method how to administer it. He personally administered chloroform to Queen Victoria during the births of her eighth and ninth children, in 1853 and 1857, which assured a growing public acceptance of the use of anesthetics during childbirth. But, as we will show later, not all his life was just a success. John Snow is now also recognized as one of the founders of modern epidemiology (some also consider him as the founder of data visualization, spatial analysis, data science in general, and many other related fields) for his scientific and pretty modern data approach in identifying the source of a cholera outbreak in Soho, London in 1854, but it wasn't always like this. In fact, for a long time, he was simply ignored by the scientific community and currently is very often mythified. In this notebook, we're not only going to rediscover his "data story", but reanalyze the data that he collected in 1854 and recreate his famous map (also called The Ghost Map).Read more
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1. Bitcoin. Cryptocurrencies. So hot right now. Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2008, hundreds of similar projects based on the blockchain technology have emerged. We call these cryptocurrencies (also coins or cryptos in the Internet slang). Some are extremely valuable nowadays, and others may have the potential to become extremely valuable in the future1. In fact, the 6th of December of 2017 Bitcoin has a market capitalization above $200 billion. The astonishing increase of Bitcoin market capitalization in 2017. *1- WARNING: The cryptocurrency market is exceptionally volatile and any money you put in might disappear into thin air. Cryptocurrencies mentioned here might be scams similar to Ponzi Schemes or have many other issues (overvaluation, technical, etc.). Please do not mistake this for investment advice. * That said, let's get to business. As a first task, we will load the current data from the coinmarketcap API and display it in the output.Read more
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1. The Statcast revolution This is Aaron Judge. Judge is one of the physically largest players in Major League Baseball standing 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m) tall and weighing 282 pounds (128 kg). He also hit the hardest home run ever recorded. How do we know this? Statcast. Statcast is a state-of-the-art tracking system that uses high-resolution cameras and radar equipment to measure the precise location and movement of baseballs and baseball players. Introduced in 2015 to all 30 major league ballparks, Statcast data is revolutionizing the game. Teams are engaging in an "arms race" of data analysis, hiring analysts left and right in an attempt to gain an edge over their competition. This video describing the system is incredible. In this notebook, we're going to wrangle, analyze, and visualize Statcast data to compare Mr. Judge and another (extremely large) teammate of his. Let's start by loading the data into our Notebook. There are two CSV files, judge.csv and stanton.csv, both of which contain Statcast data for 2015-2017. We'll use pandas DataFrames to store this data. Let's also load our data visualization libraries, matplotlib and seaborn.Read more
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Learn how to launch Jupyterlab on AWS EC2 and publish to your Kyso account.Read more
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Learn how to launch Jupyterlab on Digital Ocean and publish to your Kyso account.Read more
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Learn how to launch Jupyterlab on Azure and publish to your Kyso account.Read more
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Learn how to launch Jupyterlab on Google Cloud Platform and publish to your Kyso account.Read more
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