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SF Data Weekly - COP26 DataViz, Dataflow Automation and GeoPandas

November 19 · Issue #216 · View online
SF Data Weekly
This week’s pick is an interview with the data visualization team responsible for the data visualizations shared at the recent UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).
We also have a piece on streaming data from Google Cloud to Elastic Cloud, and an introduction to the new GeoPandas interactive data visualization functions. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
​​Communicating Climate Risk: Insights from the IPCC Information Design Team | Nightingale
Data Pipelines
Connect to Google Cloud to Elastic with purpose-built Dataflow templates | Google Cloud Blog
Create a serverless event-driven workflow to ingest and process Microsoft data with AWS Glue and Amazon EventBridge | Amazon Web Services
How to create a Salesforce ETL pipeline in less than 30 minutes | Xplenty
Data Analysis
Five of the Best Data Science Projects from 2021 | by Terence Shin | Nov, 2021 | Towards Data Science
📢 Announcing PyCaret’s New Time Series Module | by Moez Ali | Nov, 2021 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
Interactive Geographical maps with GeoPandas | by Parul Pandey | Nov, 2021 | Towards Data Science
GitHub - rougier/scientific-visualization-book: An open access book on scientific visualization using python and matplotlib
Data-driven Products
How Google Cloud BigQuery enables big DevOps at JFrog | Google Cloud Blog
How Roche democratized access to data with Google Sheets and Amazon Redshift Data API | Amazon Web Services
Data Engineering Jobs
Five Questions to Ask When Starting Out in Dataviz at a Consulting Firm | Nightingale
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