Thanks, Jeremy! Processing structured (lat, log) pair is surely better than doing NLP on hundreds of posts!
Thanks @mrandy - I posted this on Twitter. https://twitter.com/jeremyphoward/status/1051676652772573184
I don’t know your twitter handle so couldn’t credit you, but feel free to reply there so we know who you are!
I’m going to guess that tiny little dot on Tasmania means I am presumably the only one here doing the course lol… Really interesting to see, so thanks for sharing.
way to represent!
odd that sydney looks like #4 in Australia
Hi Jeremy, would you mind elaborating a bit on the source of the geographic data? Are they from locating IP address? If that is the case, then I can understand why there are so few data points from China, cause they are all using VPN.
Yeah it’s from MailChimp, where the signup form was. So based on IP address. Sorry for failing to properly account for 中国! 哈哈
How can I access the file? Wanted to do some more analysis. Thanks.
Here is the raw data.
Here’s another go at a dataviz, using the latitude and longitude data from Jeremy in pastebin.
The breakdown of participants by sub-region is:
|Latin America and the Caribbean||85|
|Australia and New Zealand||81|
Study group Polska
Guys, that settles it. We need someone to move to Antarctica to take the course.
Well, we need to first find an IP address that is located in Antarctica.
Hey Alison, the map looks awesome. Would you mind sharing the Tableau workout with the class? I would love to learn how to make a map as good as this one.
Thanks, I’m thrilled that you like the map.
The data preparation was more challenging than the Tableau part. I have put everything into a notebook https://nbviewer.jupyter.org/gist/AlisonDavey/bef98362f4e442b340ed0a05ead43b91
You can also download the Tableau workbook from the web page.
Thanks @AlisonDavey! FYI, here’s the best way I know to share notebooks like that: https://jupyter-contrib-nbextensions.readthedocs.io/en/latest/nbextensions/gist_it/readme.html
Cool, I’ve updated the link. Thanks.
Very cool. Do you have a twitter handle so I can credit this work @AlisonDavey ?
Thanks! I will look into it right now!