SF Data Weekly - Reddit as a Vector, Choropleth Battle and EDA Remembrances





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June 24 · Issue #245 · View online
SF Data Weekly
This week’s pick shows how you can map anything to a vector, using Reddit as an example.
We also have the first in a series evaluating the use of different Python libraries to build Choropleths, as well as a remembrance of the found of Exploratory Data Analysis. Stay Healthy!

Our Pick
Anything2Vec: Mapping Reddit into Vector Spaces 💥 | by Cameron Raymond | Towards Data Science
Data Pipelines
Build an Apache Iceberg data lake using Amazon Athena, Amazon EMR, and AWS Glue | Amazon Web Services
Overview: NetSuite Ecommerce Integration | Integrate.io Blog
Data Storage
Inconsistent thoughts on database consistency
Phases of Database Growth and Cost
Data Analysis
How To Productize ML Faster With MLOps Automation | by yaron haviv | Towards Data Science
Remembrances of Things EDA | Nightingale
Data Visualization
The Battle of Choropleths — Part 1 | by Francis Adrian Viernes | Jun, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Bridging the Gap between Devs and D3.js with this One Tool | by Antonio Jesus Ayala | Jun, 2022 | Medium
Data-driven Products
How We Built Infrastructure to Run User Forecasts at Spotify - Spotify Engineering : Spotify Engineering
How GE Proficy Manufacturing Data Cloud replatformed to improve TCO, data SLA, and performance | Amazon Web Services
Data Engineering Jobs
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