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Announcing the Publication of Practical Data Science Cookbook

Four of DC2′s board members have published a new book! Tony Ojeda, Sean Murphy, Benjamin Bengfort, and Abhijit Dasgupta are proud to announce the arrival of Practical Data Science Cookbook. Practical Data Science Cookbook is perfect for those who want to learn … Continue reading

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Social Network Analysis with Python Workshop on November 22nd

        Data Community DC and District Data Labs are hosting a full-day Social Network Analysis with Python workshop on Saturday November 22nd.  For more info and to sign up, go to http://bit.ly/1lWFlLx.  Register before October 31st for an early bird discount! Overview Social networks … Continue reading

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Fast Data Applications with Spark & Python Workshop on November 8th

          Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be hosting a Fast Data Applications with Spark & Python workshop on November 8th  For more info and to sign up, go to http://bit.ly/Zhj0y1.  There’s even an … Continue reading

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Natural Language Analysis with NLTK on October 25th

        Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be hosting a Natural Language Analysis with NLTK workshop on October 25th  For more info and to sign up, go to http://bit.ly/1pK0pFN.  There’s even an early bird discount if you register … Continue reading

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Building Data Apps with Python on August 23rd

Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be hosting another Building Data Apps with Python workshop on August 23rd.  For more info and to sign up, go to http://bit.ly/V4used.  There’s even an early bird discount if you register … Continue reading

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Confire: A new Python library

Announcing the release of a new open source library: Confire is a simple but powerful configuration scheme that builds on the configuration parsers of Scapy, elasticsearch, Django and others. The basic scheme is to have a configuration search path that … Continue reading

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Building Data Apps with Python

Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be offering a Building Data Apps with Python workshop on April 19th, 2014. Python is one of the most popular programming languages for data analysis.  Therefore, it is important to have a basic … Continue reading

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Flask Mega Meta Tutorial for Data Scientists

Introduction Data science isn’t all statistical modeling, machine learning, and data frames. Eventually, your hard work pays off and you need to give back the data and the results of your analysis; those blinding insights that you and your team … Continue reading

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A Tutorial for Deploying a Django Application that Uses Numpy and Scipy to Google Compute Engine Using Apache2 and modwsgi

by Sean Patrick Murphy Introduction This longer-than-initially planned article walks one through the process of deploying a non-standard Django application on a virtual instance provisioned not from Amazon Web Services but from Google Compute Engine. This means we will be … Continue reading

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PyDataNYC 2013 – A Summary of a Fantastic Conference for Data Community

PyData NYC 2013 was a two-day conference this past weekend (Saturday and Sunday, 11/9 and 11/11) with a day of tutorials on Friday. Saturday and Sunday featured keynotes each morning and three tracks of talks and workshops. JP Morgan graciously … Continue reading

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