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SF Data Weekly - Using Comics for DataViz, Python River Maps and Spotify ML

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January 28 · Issue #224 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a review of a book showing how comics can be used for data storytelling. We also have a piece on how to create river maps using Python, and lessons learned from Spotify’s ML effort. Stay Healthy!

Our Pick
REVIEW: How Can We Use Comics to Tell Data Stories? | Nightingale
Data Pipelines
Gain insights into your Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose delivery stream using Amazon CloudWatch | Amazon Web Services
The Top 7 ETL Tools for 2022 | Integrate.io
Data Storage
Getting started with Spatial Data in PostgreSQL
Centralize governance for your data lake using AWS Lake Formation while enabling a modern data architecture with Amazon Redshift Spectrum | Amazon Web Services
Data Analysis
How to Validate the Quality of Your Synthetic Data | by Fabiana Clemente | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
Creating Beautiful River Maps with Python | by Adam Symington | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
A Simple Way to Turn Your Plots into GIFs in Python | by Eryk Lewinson | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data-driven Products
Product Lessons from ML Home: Spotify’s One-Stop Shop for Machine Learning : Spotify Engineering
Google AI Blog: Separating Birdsong in the Wild for Classification
Data Engineering Jobs
5 Short Courses to Boost your Data Science Skills [Part 1] | by Youssef Hosni | MLearning.ai | Jan, 2022 | Medium
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