Tag Archives: Python

Using Stable Diffusion to create images for a presentation

Have you heard about text-to-image models like DALL-E 2, Stable Diffusion and MidJourney? These are AI algorithms that take in text (the “prompt”) that describes what kind of picture you want as input and as output the algorithm creates that … Continue reading

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Adding the track of my bike ride on a Folium map

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

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Photo locations, marker icons and displaying photos on my map

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

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Handling far future dates in pandas

Recently I got the request to add specific data quality metadata with csv datasets that my client delivers to customers. It was very simple. Just counts, min, max and -in case of integers – sums per attribute. Not a difficult … Continue reading

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Tech dossier: pandas

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

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Showing a complex Excel sheet who’s boss with Python and pandas

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

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Fun with Data: Python and space rocks!

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.

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