Month: April 2016

How often do you actually get wet going to work? Using pandas, python, and some graphs, we find out.

How wet is a cycling commute in Ireland? Pretty dry!… if you don’t live in Galway.

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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Cyclist in the rain. Blog about python scraping data from wunderground rainfall data.

Analysis of Weather data using Pandas, Python, and Seaborn

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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Amazon Elastic Beanstalk – Logging to Logentries from Python Application

[Short version] The S3 ingestion script for Amazon applications provided by Logentries will not work for the gzip compressed log files produced by the Elastic Beanstalk log rotation system. A slightly edited script will work instead and can be found on Github here.[/Short Version]   Logentries is a brilliant startup originating here in Dublin for collecting …

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