|Zoom||Tile size at equator (km)||Resolution at equator (m)|
|<title>Deckgl RGB PointCloud + Mapbox</title>|
|<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://api.tiles.mapbox.com/mapbox-gl-js/v0.54.0/mapbox-gl.css">|
|import base64 as b64|
|import numpy as np|
|import matplotlib.pyplot as plt|
|from ipywidgets import interact, interactive, fixed|
|from IPython.display import Image, display|
|import ipywidgets as widgets|
|from itertools import tee, izip|
|WINDOW_SIZE = 41 # size of window to use when computing averages. Endpoint images outside|
Wiring up a Google Form to GitHub is not that difficult with a little bit of Apps Script automation. All you need is a Google account, a GitHub account, and a web browser...
Set up your GitHub Personal Access Token
Personal access tokens provide an easy way to interact with the GitHub API without having to mess with OAuth. If you don't already have a personal access token with repo or public_repo access, visit your GitHub settings page and generate a new token.
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This is a list inspired by some of our current or potential lines of work at the World Bank Innovation Labs. The “Innovations in Big Data Analytics” program helps to strengthen the World Bank capabilities to effectively use big data in its operational and strategic work.
We are always looking for great Data Scientists. If you can solve any of these [using open software], you'll be heads down helping us from day one. Email us to email@example.com
(This list is updated frequently).
1. Nightlights from Satellite
We are building an open stack to process nightly data from satellite and query light output from all known villages. Currently we are doing 20 years of nightly data for 600,000 villages in India.