An ALPHA website to replace the current dev.cityofchicago.org website to provide information and documentation for developers on APIs and other developer resources provided by the City of Chicago and sister agencies.
Attempting to predict e. coli readings at Chicago beaches
A user-friendly, map-based tool to combine and explore real-time or historical data.
DSaPP Lead Hazard Modeling
Serivce layer that permits interaction between OpenGrid user interface and JSON data sources, just as Mongo.
Use Pentaho's open source data integration tool (Kettle) to create Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) processes to update a Socrata open data portal. Documentation is available at http://open-data-etl-utility-kit.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
A file which combines all business-related records from diverse sources.
The Smart Data Platform is a platform which helps automate predictive analytics for use within cities and display it without requiring a background in data science or statistics.
Part of the Smart Data Platform -- the file format generated by the analytics services to convey predictions and input it into Plenar.io
Provides easier interaction with Socrata open data portals http://dev.socrata.com. Users can provide a 'Socrata' data set resource URL, or a 'Socrata' Open Data API (SoDA) web query, or a 'Socrata' "human-friendly" URL, returns an R data frame. Converts dates to 'POSIX' format. Manages throttling by 'Socrata'.
This repository contains the code to generate predictions of critical violations at food establishments in Chicago. It also contains the results of an evaluation of the effectiveness of those predictions.
Chicago data reporting rules for Transportation Network Providers
BETA. API documentation for the City of Chicago Open311 system. Will be replacing the documentation currently located at dev.cityofchicago.org.
An open source data dictionary which can be deployed to track the metadata of one or more databases.
A listing of open source efforts at Twitter on GitHub
Healthy Chicago's Flavored Tobacco Search Engine
the 3rd place solution for West Nile Virus Prediction challenge on Kaggle
Winning solution for the Kaggle "West Nile Virus" competition (2015)
Manages tweets about food poisoning in Chicago and presents Open311 form for reporting incidents.
Open source release of bike routes in Chicago.
Open source release of building footprints in Chicago.
Open source release of pedway routes in Chicago.
Open source release of street center lines in Chicago.
A simple node.js application that allows a user to collect tweets from Twitter's search API, and write them to a MongoDB collection.
the 2nd place solution for West Nile Virus Prediction challenge on Kaggle
A 2014 survey of Chicago residents regarding Foodborne Chicago
Standard text used by the City of Chicago for a contributor license agreement (CLA).