Do you remember my Pokemon network? Well, like a real Pokemon, it evolved significantly in the last few weeks to become even more massive! To complement what I wrote earlier, let’s do a bit of data-science and bring some facts to the table.
Pokemon GO has taken the world by storm. With over 100 million downloads and an average of 24 million active users, Pokemon GO is the biggest mobile game ever! Today, we explore the surprising network of Youtube videos on Pokemon.
Last year we organize a little contest of data-science visualizations on the Montreux Jazz archive in my lab. The results were kept in the closet for a long time and I thought it would be interesting to share them with a broader audience. Here we will focus on the evolution of musical genres throughout the years in the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Let’s continue the exploration of the Star Wars expanded universe! To recap quickly for the avid and impatient reader, I have extracted a lot of information from the dedicated Star Wars wikipedia called Wookiepedia. In this post, we focus on the exploration of the network of all characters of the expanded universe.
In this post, I will try to give some insights on the Star Wars expanded universe. All the data come from the Wikipedia for Star Wars: Wookiepedia.
I have actually started to work on this project 2 years ago. With the release of the new movie The Force Awakens, it is the perfect time to share some fun facts about Star Wars that I didn’t know before (believe me when I say I’m a big fan).
Data science is progressively making its way into every sector of activity. Open positions for data scientist or related are increasing and the demand it vastly superior to what the market has to offer. Here, I propose a more detailed classification of jobs related to data science.
This post is the first of a (long?) series on the Montreux Jazz Festival (MJF), a very famous music festival held every year in Montreux, Switzerland. I am one of the happy few who has privileged access to the archive, currently digitalized by the Metamedia here at EPFL.