Global Significant Earthquake database by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration compiled the dataset of significant earthquakes that rocked the world since 2150 BCE to present. Pacific ring of fire has more pronounced tsunamis triggered by earthquakes. The story is here. … Continue reading
UCS Satellite Database has the list of satellites orbiting earth. As of 1st of June 2017, we have 1459 satellites orbiting earth. Country of origin indicates the country that is registered as responsible for the satellite in the UN Register … Continue reading
I want to discuss one of the lesser known study in the world. The study is named “Mushroom Trial” that was spearheaded by my loving mother and the subjects were my immediate family. As much as she loves to try … Continue reading
Exploring SEPTA Regional Rail on time performance in 2016 from the dataset here. Overall, the busy days are the weekdays rather than the weekends. It is also noted that the trains originate from south faces more delays than the north. … Continue reading
OpenDataPhilly has the datasets of crimes in Philadelphia from 2006 to recent. Here is the exploration of crimes in Philadelphia. In general, there is downward trend in overall crime rates. There seems to be seasonal peaks and declines – for … Continue reading
What do Pig, Kangaroo, Eagle, and Phoenix have in common? Hadoop! We got some interesting technologies with curious names in Hadoop ecosystem. Azkaban is bloody wicked. H20 and Sparkling Water compete in the same space. Rethink, Couch, Dynamo, and Gemfire … Continue reading
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Trying to pick out all my data science presentation and consolidate here.