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Google Drive → JSON → S3
Instantly publish structured data to the internet with a JSON API
A Slackbot that remembers things you don't want to forget. Totally a work in progress.
Plaintext version of Metallica lyrics from the first four albums, suitable for machine learning? Duplicate lines removed, some poetic license taken with punctuation and arrangement.
assorted text data
Static website (built using Jekyll) to support the Mozilla Opennews project
The code that runs Source, a Knight-Mozilla OpenNews website covering the intersection of code and journalism.
A little Python script that helps you track a hitter's progress toward an MLB milestone.
Scrapes a tap list, posts new beers to Twitter.
Starting on revised backend for Source.
Python script to download top billboard singles from umdmusic.com
A wrapper for the AP v2 Elections API.
mlbam download helper, more
Explore the X-Files 👽 an interactive map built with Mapbox GL JS
Testing the SRCCON schedule app with MozFest session data.
Prototype for SNDMakes 2015 event in Washington, D.C. Nice narratives come in small packages.
Python library for interfacing with the GitHub APIv3
A script that posts raps by Del Tha Funkee Homosapien to @mistadobalina on Twitter
A suite of utilities for converting to and working with CSV, the king of tabular file formats.
A Django app to refine, review and republish campaign finance data drawn from the California Secretary of State’s CAL-ACCESS database
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.
Inspirational cubicle sign generator (built atop Tumblr) to accompany the NPR series "The Changing Lives of Women"
Session metadata, transcripts, and other data-like things related to SRCCON.
website for SRCCON
Just playing with baseball stats.
Everything is better in the new building, even the totebot.
A Python library that takes the horror out of basic data analysis and manipulation.