Yummy 3D plots

Very nice interactive 3D plots with Plotly. import plotly.graph_objects as go import numpy as np import pandas as pd # Read data from a csv Z = pd.read_csv('').values # Actually not necessary to provide X and Y… X = np.linspace(0, 1000, Z.shape[0]) Y = np.linspace(0, 1000, Z.shape[1]) fig = go.Figure(data=[go.Surface(x=X, y=Y, z=Z)]) fig.update_layout(title='Mt Bruno Elevation', …

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How to get structured Wikipedia data via DBPedia

Wikipedia contains a wealth of knowledge. While some of that knowledge consists of natural language descriptions, a rich share of information on Wikipedia is encoded in machine-readable format, such as “infoboxes” and other specially formatted parts. An infobox is rendered as a table that you typically see on the right-hand side of an article. While …

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Finding the haystack

Indtil denne sommer troede mange, at de kendte til sandheden om, at det er svært at finde nålen i høstakken. Kun de færreste vidste, at man har vendt ordsproget på hovedet i efterretningsverdenen. Her siger man, at »for at finde nålen, har vi brug for høstakken«.

Free map tiles

Map Tile Sources Here is a list of free sources for map tiles. I’ll expand this list as I find more free tiles. Notice that some websites require an attribution. I’ll perhaps update this post with the attribution line for each. Stamen “Toner” World-wide, clean B/W theme