Category Archives: Python
Having markers of videos and photos taken during my bike ride is cool and all, but how about having a track of the bike ride itself? All my bike rides are registered on Strava, the cycling and running app. Strava … Continue reading
When I was finished last week with creating my video location map in Python, I thought “shame I can’t plot photo locations”. That’s because my Fuji X-T30 camera doesn’t store GPS info. When I bought the camera I assumed every … Continue reading
Yesterday I shared how I plotted locations of videos shot with my Sony FDR-X3000 camera on a map. I was already pretty happy. Then I got a tip from Twitter user Bob Haffner (@bobhaffner): why not use Folium to create … Continue reading
Two years ago I bought a Sony FDR-X3000 actioncam to record video on my bike rides. And I’m really happy about it. It’s just great reliving my rides in 4K, going downhill for kilometers from some col I climbed. I … Continue reading
I’m keeping tech dossiers in Evernote on open source products I want to keep track of. And I decided to put them on my blog. My previous ones were on Kubernetes and Elasticsearch. This one is on the Python data … Continue reading
Data engineering isn’t always creating serverless APIs and ingressing terrabyte a minute streams with do-hickeys on Kubernetes. Sometimes people just want their Excel sheet in the data lake. Is that big data? Not even close. It’s very small. But for … Continue reading
Last week I had a little fun with playing with Python, the pandas and matplotlib library and a JSON file with asteroid data. Here is what I did.