The Observable Blog
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3 Tips for Data Scientists to Move from Model to Production - Fast
In this two-part series, Data Scientist Ayodele Odubela suggests ways to expedite moving into the production phase. Here in part one, Odubela discusses how to help team members get aligned with a model, and get collaborating.
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Visualizing Monthly Retail Reports To Better Uncover Insights
To better educate ourselves and to offer a resource to anyone following the retail industry, our own Data Visualization Developer Ian Johnson created a notebook that uses visualization techniques to shed light on the monthly retail sales numbers shared by the US Census bureau. Fork and explore.
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Andrew Wooldridge, Observable Ambassador, Senior Software Engineer
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Meet the Newest Members of the Observable Team
We are delighted to welcome two new people to the Observable team! Hena Ghaznavi joins as Community + Social Manager, and Courtney Francis joins as Community Manager for Education.
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4 Ways JavaScript Makes Data Analysis Faster and Easier
JavaScript is the future for data analysis, because it's ubiquitous, compatible, and has incredible support from the developer community.
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Ambassador Spotlight: Aaron Kyle Dennis, Social Development Specialist at Asian Development Bank
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Hello Free Teams
Today, in support of a vibrant, open, and collaborative future of data, we are launching Free Teams. Now, everyone can collaborate with their data people, openly and easily in public, for free!
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4 Tips to Speed Up Your Data Science Workflow, Using Observable
Observable's own Data Scientist Ayodele Odubela shares her tips to accelerate your Data Science workflow.
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Meet the Newest Members of the Observable Team
We are delighted to welcome two new people to the Observable team! Learn a bit more about them...
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Ambassador Spotlight: Andrea Mignone, Software Engineer and Data Architect
In July 2022, Andrea Mignone, PhD, was kind enough to share his story with the Observable team. We learned a bit more about his background and interests, as well as how he's used Observable.