SF Data Weekly - Pandas plots, the 2022 stack and PyCaret+mlflow





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January 21 · Issue #223 · View online
SF Data Weekly
This week’s pick is a piece on how to make your Pandas dataframe plots look more professional and compelling with just one line of code.
We also have articles on key trends in the 2022 data stack, as well as simpler ML with PyCaret+mlflow. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Create Stunning Plots on Pandas Dataframes in One Line of Code | Towards Data Science
Data Pipelines
Patterns for better insights and troubleshooting with hybrid cloud logs
A Launch Event for E-commerce You Don't Want to Miss... | Jan 27th, 2022 | Integrate.io
Data Storage
The Future of the Modern Data Stack in 2022 | by Prukalpa | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Understanding Firestore performance with Key Visualizer
Data Analysis
Act like a Machine Learning Pro in Simple Way (PyCaret + mlflow) | by Mars | Jan, 2022 | Medium
Winning a Flood-Forecasting Hackathon with Hydrology and AutoML | by Mikhail Sarafanov | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
Getting to know… Jarrett C. Hurms | Nightingale
Mexican Restaurants Rating using PowerBI | by Clare Uche | Jan, 2022 | Medium
Data-driven Products
Auto-Diagnosis and Remediation in Netflix Data Platform | by Netflix Technology Blog | Jan, 2022 | Netflix TechBlog
The New Version of Orbit (v1.1) is Released: The Improvements, Design Changes, and Exciting Collaborations
Data Engineering Jobs
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