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Resources for running sfbrigade and hack night projects
Migration of Brigadehub hosted site back to Jekyll
CSUMB in Collaboration with C4SF Data Science Working Group work together to solve problems with Congressional Data
A web application that allows citizens to "adopt" a storm drain in San Francisco.
Ballots for developers
SF Brigade's Data Science Working Group.
A repository for the reduce violence against women in SF project
WIP - SF Brigade project standards guidebook
This project attempts to model and acquire data from SF OpenData - and other sources - to predict the relative risk of fire in San Francisco’s buildings and public spaces.
Kaggle Competition Predicting Home Credit Default Risk
Static snapshot of Brigadehub Code for San Francisco site
Turn your Fusion Table into a mobile-friendly searchable web app.
Share, upvote, and discuss the best of what is happening on the internet. The code that powers @VotePen
Set of applications to visualize SF building energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
The Code for San Francisco Website
A bot to fix all the (big) things.
Search SFPD incidents from SF OpenData with focus on campus safety.
Solving problems with the Small Business Administration
Understanding the Department of Transportation FARS dataset
[DEPRECATED] The Code for San Francisco website.
Learnings and best practices for creating and maintaining a data science working group within a brigade setting.
Landing page for National Day of Civic Hacking 2017
Parsing and uploading of Items form the Engineering Hearing Parser
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