This event we’re finding out about R and energy data.
Event is BYOB (bring your own beer / alcohol).
Wednesday March 5, at 7pm
See this event on:
Waltraut, Guillaume and Eric are hacking energy data, and they’re getting it open. Find out what is the state of energy data – public and private – in Hong Kong. Energy data is critical for sustainable urban development, smart city planning and climate change mitigation. Both private and public organisations collect data related to energy generation and consumption, some of it, e.g. utility consumption data, is held by private companies.
R stats programming language
R is very useful for journalists and data scientists to crunch sets of data to find trends and run scenarios. Guy Freeman and Fuk Chan of the Hong Kong R User Group will be giving us a practical overview of the R programming language that’s been getting people buzzing finding trends in statistical data and big data. They’ll be brazenly honest about it too – no pitches, just the low-down – how to use it, what to use it for, the shortcomings, the aggravations, and the awesome potential.
Then we open up to the floor to announcements:
- Update about Excom applications
- Open Data Day Hackathon summary (Sammy Fung & Bastien)
- Quick app showcase
- Other announcements
- Open mingle
|See this in Google Maps|
Thanks to The Good Lab 好單位 for sponsoring the venue at their new co-working space!
Whether you’re already familiar with Open Data or just want to find out what it is, come to our regular meetup (happens every 3 weeks). No technical skills required. Come out and meet fellow Hong Kong Open Data enthusiasts.第16次例會了！無論你已很熟悉Open Data，或只是想多認識Open Data，歡迎參加我們每三個星期的定期聚會，跟其他Open Data關注者碰面。
+Apps / Sites
Fresh Hikes In the last Open Data Hong Kong hackathon, Stephanie and I started making The Fresh Hikes Finder, a mobile app that combines gov data on air quality and user-generated hiking data to recommend the “freshest” routes on any given day. You can now see a prototype on:http://freshhikes.herokuapp.com/