forked from wireservice/agate-sql
agate-sql adds SQL read/write support to agate.
forked from 18F/laptop
A shell script which turns your Mac into an awesome web development machine.
Using the twitter python library to pull and store in csv the annual #NICAR tweets.
forked from openelections/openelections-core
Core repo for election results data acquisition, transformation and output.
forked from lincolnloop/django-layout
First attempt at Django project template. Used https://github.com/lincolnloop/django-layout/ as a base.
A quick and dirty method to allow me to read all 65 of Nieman Lab's 2015 predictions for journalism in one article saved to Instapaper
forked from wireservice/agate
A Python data analysis library that is optimized for humans instead of machines.
Repo that contains code for much of the practice demos and hacking projects found on http://projects.chrislkeller.com/
Use tabletop.js to pull json from Google Spreadsheet and feed it to the DataTables jQuery plugin
Why not get started early? Keeping track of some ideas to show some easy to use command line tools for beginners.
A Django app to download, extract and load campaign finance and lobbying activity data from the California Secretary of State's CAL-ACCESS database
Wherein I attempt to pass along what I have learned about coding thus far, compiled from so many notes I have pulled together
This is a collection of task-oriented Python scripts I wrote to leverage python-documentcloud wrapper written by the Los Angeles Times Data Desk and Ben Welsh and perform batch and speciality tasks on DocumentCloud files.
Use either Tabletop.js and a Google Spreadsheet to feed data to the DataTables jQuery plugin, or use a flat JSON file.
forked from ryanpitts/journalists-guide-datasets
A collection of introductions to various datasets, giving journalists some friendly background before they start doing analysis. Like "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," only for journalists. And about datasets.
A quick Flask application to search the Instagram and Twitter API by user location or submitted address and date/time.
forked from dannguyen/nhtsa-complaint-data
Some scripts/data description for NHTSA complaint data
forked from tarbell-project/tarbell
A Flask-based static site authoring tool.
Source files and such for an #ONA13 workshop on using Tabletop.js and Handlebars.js to build digital news presentations
forked from datadesk/python-googlegeocoder
A simple Python wrapper for version three of Google's geocoder API
forked from jomcgrath2/Update-Fusion
Google Script to Update Fusion Tables with Google Spreadsheets
This map builds off of Phillip Smith's map and Tathagata Dasgupta's map. Click a marker to see your fellow participants are, links to their sites and profiles and their interests. You can also search to see if anyone has the same interests listed as you.
Very much a quick hack before bed to search for photos on Twitter by location and hashtag.
From the FDIC, a mashup map using Google's Fusion Tables, Maps API and GViz API
Use Google Fusion Table as datasource to create graph using Highcharts
Enter your address or click on the map to find contact information for your Madison city council representative.
A Google FT data map showing how Madison voted in the April 5, 2011 election between former Mayor Paul Soglin and two-term incumbent Mayor Dave Cieslewicz.
Uses the sunlight python library to write Wisconsin state senators data to csv, which is written to the fusion tables python library and mapped using the Google maps and fusion tables API.
forked from derekeder/FusionTable-Map-Template
Searchable Map Template using Google Maps and Fusion Tables
forked from cavis/slidemapper
A jQuery plugin to create an animated slideshow tied to a Leaflet map.
Gather user-submitted information about opportunities a municipality has to address quality of life issues.
forked from fastfedora/google-docs
Libraries and functions used within Google Docs
MadCrime is the Django app -- or rather Python scraper -- behind MadSafety, which is a table of Madison Police Department incident reports. From the list of reports, a user can click through to see the location of the incident and read the details.
Based on shell scripts authored by Jeff Severns Guntzel to help data journalists use Christopher Groskopf's 'csvkit' utility library to audit a csv file without opening it, and then backup and move the the csv file to a project directory before working on it.