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Data Adventures

My personal journey in an intricate world of data and continuous effort to make it more structured and well understood can be found in this blog.

I live and work in Canada - see my profile on LinkedIn.

Archives: May 2018

Power BI with Mapbox and Volcanic Ring of Fire

(2018-May-27) With recent Hawaiian volcano activity, it would be interesting to see how other similar events have shaped our Earth planet. The NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) provides public access to the Volcano Location Database - https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/nndc/struts/form?t=102557&s=5&d=5. And currently, it contains information about 1571 known volcanic eruptions

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Posted in Data Adventures on 27 May 2018

Power BI with Maps: Choose Your Destination

(2018-May-20) A childhood dream to travel around the world fueled by reading Gulliver's Travels stories and Robinson Crusoe attempts to survive on a deserted island. Those books were filled with geographical description and map locations. I think I always loved working with maps and I still do! There is something that could captivate‚Ķ

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Posted in Data Adventures on 20 May 2018