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5 Questions with Nick Schrock

5 Questions with Nick Schrock

The modern data stack is often defined by the type of technologies that exist within it. Cloud-based, open source, low/no code tools, ELT, and reverse ETL. But surely there’s more to it… isn’t there?

5 Questions with Erik Bernhardsson

5 Questions with Erik Bernhardsson

New data tools drop daily, but are they worth the hype? Some launch with overinflated expectations, while others solve a problem that doesn’t really exist. On the flip side, there are tools that transform the enterprise and have the potential to change the way we manage data forever. The question is, how do you tell the difference?

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Jonathon Morgan on the data of extremism, exploratory visualization, and modeling complex human behaviors

Jonathon Morgan on the data of extremism, exploratory visualization, and modeling complex human behaviors

Total militia group FB comments responding to Trumps “election is rigged” claims, by state. Get the data Much of the data Jonathon Morgan looks at these days is not for the faint of heart. Armed militias, delusional belief in a rigged election, white nationalism,...

30 Years of SQL}2 min read
30 Years of SQL

30 Years of SQL

Perhaps hard to believe, but SQL is celebrating it’s 30th birthday! Top Gun, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Legend of Zelda, and Structured Query Language (or SQL)—were all released in 1986. What a year… So, what better way to celebrate than to enable SQL querying in...

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Open data’s unsung heroes, evolving private sector appeal, ecosystem challenges — an interview with Leigh Dodds}6 min read
Open data’s unsung heroes, evolving private sector appeal, ecosystem challenges — an interview with…

Open data’s unsung heroes, evolving private sector appeal, ecosystem challenges — an interview with…

In a movement like open data, animated by the passion and skills of people who work tirelessly towards worthy ends, we are grateful that some of them — somehow — find the time to share what they think, and not just what they build. Leigh Dodds’s writing is candid,...

Organizations on data.world}1 min read
Organizations on data.world

Organizations on data.world

One of the most important factors in the success of a platform like data.world is what we call “data liquidity”. Central to our vision for data.world is to become the first stop to answer the question: “I wonder if there is a dataset about _________?”. The social...

Jupyter Notebook Previews}1 min read
Notebook Previews

Notebook Previews

One thing users have expressed repeatedly in our conversations is that data is more than facts and figures—it’s about telling a story. Tables and graphs are only interesting if they build to actionable insights. These stories are increasingly being created in...

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