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Jupyter Notebook: Weather in Amsterdam

I found an interesting and free API: darksky. Darksky allows you to pull weather related data, from any location you desire. All you have to do is sign up and you’ll receive a key that will give you access to their API.

I pulled hourly data from their API for a random location in Amsterdam. Below I have embedded a Jupyter Notebook in which I have plotted different weather related factors such as: temperature, wind speed, visibility, and precipitation.

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My first Jupyter Notebook project: the Fifa World Cup

The past couple of months I have been learning to use pandas and dataframes in jupyter notebook. Below is a snippet of one of those notebooks, where I look at the football matches played in the FIFA world Cups since 1930.

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