How often do you get wet cycling to work? Cycling in Ireland is taking off. The DublinBikes scheme is a massive success with over 10 million journeys, there’s large increases in people cycling in Irish cities, there’s a good cyclist community, and infrastructure is slowing improving around the country. However, Ireland is a rainy place! It turns out that […]

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The most recent post on this site was an analysis of how often people cycling to work actually get rained on in different cities around the world. You can check it out here. The analysis was completed using data from the Wunderground weather website, Python, specifically the Pandas and Seaborn libraries. In this post, I will […]

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FAST TRACK: There is some python code that allows you to scrape bike availability from bike schemes at the bottom of this post… SLOW TRACK: As a recent aside, I was interested in collecting Dublin Bikes usage data over a long time period for data visualisation and exploration purposes. The Dublinbikes scheme was launched in […]

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