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A visualization that shows the top 29 books on Amazon based on the count of unique users linking them in over 8 million Hacker News comments posted from 2006 to 2015.
Technologies: BigQuery, BeautifulSoup, D3.js
Explore hundreds of subreddits to see when posts went viral on reddit broken down by hour and weekday based on more than 215 million submissions.
Technologies: BigQuery, Pandas, D3.js
A data visualization showing the top 100 best selling laptops from Amazon US in a scatterplot and a series of bar charts back to September 2014.
Technologies: BeautifulSoup, D3.js, NVD3
A tool to help artists who sell products on Redbubble and Zazzle make good choices, by letting them pick colors and previewing the contrast on the available fabric colors.
This visualization shows the money flow between teams for the 50 most expensive transfers in football history.
Technologies: BeautifulSoup, D3.js
An interactive network graph showing the connections of programming languages based on their influences relations.
Technologies: Freebase, Sigma.js, Gephi
A free service for accessing statistical information about programmers who have released code on GitHub, including rankings based on programming languages and repository forks and favorites.
Technologies: GitHub API, Django, jQuery, D3.js
Technologies: GDAL, topojson, D3.js
A music video player that continuously plays songs submitted to Reddit from different rock genres like punk, grunge, garage punk, rock'n'roll, rockabilly, psychobilly and many others.
Technologies: Reddit API, YoutTube API, Flask, jQuery