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SF Data Weekly - Henri Aftermath, Fishing and Cognitive Load

October 8 · Issue #210 · View online
SF Data Weekly
This week’s pick is a piece looking at changes in human behavior caused by Hurricane Henri.
We also have a non-profit’s model of fishing behavior in the sea, and a look at how to tailor the cognitive load of your visualization to your audience. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Hurricane Henri: a Data Story. Analyzing visitor data fluctuations due… | by Pranav Thaenraj | Sep, 2021 | Medium
Data Pipelines
Liberating your mainframe data with Confluent and Google Cloud
PostgreSQL to Amazon Redshift: 4 Ways to Replicate Your Data | FlyData
Data Storage
Simplify your data analysis with Amazon Redshift Query Editor v2 | Amazon Web Services
You are Overpaying Jeff Bezos for Your Databases (and the things he does with that extra money) |
Data Analysis
People and Planet AI: How to build a Time Series Model to classify fishing activities in the sea | Google Cloud Blog
What Is The Difference Between Inference and Prediction | Towards Data Science
JupyterLab is now available as a Desktop App - Here’s how to use it
Data Visualization
Cognitive Load as a Guide: 12 Spectrums to Improve Your Data Visualizations | Nightingale
Data-driven Products
The Airflow Smart Sensor Service. Consolidating long-running, lightweight… | by Yingbo Wang | The Airbnb Tech Blog | Sep, 2021 | Medium
From intern to FTE: Four researchers share their journeys with the Facebook Core Data Science team - Facebook Research
Data Engineering Jobs
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