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Why is San Francisco on a Data Engineering Hiring Spree?

There are currently over 6,000 job listings on Indeed for “data engineer” in the San Francisco Bay Area. Let’s put this into context:

  • There are 3x more listings for data engineer than there are for data scientist

  • There are 2x more listings for data engineer than…

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Added by Jake Stein on November 2, 2016 at 9:00am — No Comments

San Francisco Police Department Crime Incidents: Part 3-Categorical Data Analysis

Introduction

The City and County of San Francisco had launched an official open data portal called SF OpenData in 2009 as a product of its official open data program, DataSF. The portal contains hundreds of city datasets for use by developers, analysts, residents and more. Under the category of Public Safety, the portal contains the list of SFPD Incidents since Jan 1, 2003.

In…

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Added by Vimal Natarajan on June 13, 2016 at 8:14am — No Comments

San Francisco Police Department Crime Incidents: Part 1-Time Series Analysis

Introduction



The City and County of San Francisco had launched an official open data portal called SF OpenData in 2009 as a product of its official open data program, DataSF. The portal contains hundreds of city datasets for use by developers, analysts, residents and more. Under the category of Public Safety, the portal contains the list of SFPD Incidents since Jan 1, 2003.

In this post I have done an exploratory time-series analysis on the crime incidents dataset to see…

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Added by Vimal Natarajan on May 30, 2016 at 7:42am — No Comments

Official Theme For Silicon Valley: Big Data

According to the San Jose Mercury News writer Chris O'Brien, not only does Silicon Valley have the official theme of Big Data, but there is a data-driven revolution coming in healthcare. From the article:

It seems clear that machines, computers and software are capable of delivering a revolution in health care, a future that feels so possible and tantalizingly close. The barriers, for now, continue to be us hopelessly imperfect…

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Added by Richard Snee on February 9, 2012 at 11:43am — No Comments

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