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November 2014

GameSetMap | A blog about maps about tennis. Rethinking Sports Analytics for tennis.

by sbrothier
GameSetMap is a blog about maps and tennis. In this blog I visually explore and spatially analyze tennis match data to better understand the results and actions during tennis matches. Spatial analytics is reasonably new to tennis, and I hope this blog encourages more when and where statistics about the great game of tennis!

September 2014

James Murphy and IBM Transforming U.S. Open Tennis Data Into 400 Hours of Music | News | Pitchfork

by sbrothier
Between his score for Noah Baumbach's forthcoming movie While We're Young, his musical renovations for the New York City MTA, and his signature coffee, James Murphy has been keeping pretty busy lately. Now, the LCD Soundsystem mastermind has announced another project, this time in partnership with IBM and the U.S. Open, which is happening now. As Self-Titled reports, Murphy and the tech giant plan to use the raw data from tennis matches to generate an algorithm that will transform each match into a unique song. By the time the tournament ends, they estimate that they'll have amassed have almost 400 hours of music. Isn't technology amazing? IBM has shared a trailer for the project; check it out below

August 2014

Spotify, We Need To Talk About Your Data… — Medium

by sbrothier
An Open Source Product Strategy for Hipsters and Data Scientists

July 2014

How IBM is using big data to fix Beijing’s pollution crisis - Quartz

by sbrothier
Of China’s major cities, Beijing’s pollution problem is probably the worst, causing thousands of premature deaths every year. Its residents are fed up. The growing outrage has forced leaders to declare a “war on pollution,” including the goal of slashing Beijing’s PM2.5— the concentration of the particles that pose the greatest risk to human health—by 25% by 2017. The Beijing municipal government will earmark nearly 1 trillion yuan ($160 billion) to meet that target. +

How A Former Google Data Guy Could Change What We Eat For Breakfast | TechCrunch

by sbrothier
Hampton Creek, the plant-based egg startup known for its product “Just Mayo,” launched in Dollar Tree this week and is expanding its operations to a 90k square-footfacility in the heart of San Francisco in the next few months. On top of that, it just lured away Google’s main data guy, Dan Zigmond. The reason? To turn the food industrial complex on its head. Zigmond has tackled complex data problems for the last eight years for both YouTube and Google maps. His new plan is to build the world’s largest plant database at Hampton Creek. This, in turn, may just change what you and I put in our mouths every morning without us even knowing it. But first…

June 2014

Skybox Imaging - Welcome

by sbrothier
We empower global businesses to make better decisions with timely, high fidelity imagery and infinite analytics. Work with us in one of three ways.

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