|Weather Graph in Jupyter Notebook|
If you can't wait until then I recommend to take a look at these recent blog posts on how to get started with Notebooks and data on Bluemix:
- The first blog gives you basics on processing data in so-called data frames and to generate tables and graphs. The data is Open Data and is loaded off the Analytics Exchange on Bluemix. The notebook utilizes the computing power of an Apache Spark cluster.
- The second blog covers how to analyze Twitter data for market trends. The example uses dashDB/DB2 to hold the data. The scripts are written in Python and plug into Sentiment Analysis and Natural Language Processing to understand tweets.
- The last in my list for today is a blog on how to use Apache Spark GraphFrames in notebooks. Airports and flight routes between them are used as base for some computations. It is something every (business) traveler understands.
That's it for today with my notes on notebooks.