June 27, 2018

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by: emily.carlsen

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Categories: Code, CSS, Data, Google, HTML

Google Data Studio (https://datastudio.google.com/) is a pretty powerful and yet easy to get started with tool to visualize data from a variety of sources (everything from CSV files, to large scale databases). And it lends itself to presenting those graphs in other places on the web and thankfully there is an embed option using the […]

March 28, 2018

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by: emily.carlsen

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Categories: Code, Javascript

GitHub Repo: https://github.com/emilyplusplus/js-keylogger-data-viz   I wanted to come up with an interesting data analytics blog post and I started looking for data cause well… garbage in, garbage out. I wanted to start with a good solid base of semi-interesting data so I could make some cool visualizations and play with some JavaScript based charting libraries (specifically Chart.js). […]

March 6, 2018

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by: emily.carlsen

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Categories: API, Arduino, Cloud, Functions, Google Cloud Platform

GitHub Source Code: https://github.com/RedPillAnalytics/gcloud-iot-helper “What the? How? Why? Why isn’t this workingggg…?!?” -Me Embedded electronics is a personal hobby of mine; the ability to write low level code, compile it, run it and see physical changes in the real world (spinning motors, flashing LEDs, sound, encoder input, etc.) is an incredible feeling. With the emergence […]

June 25, 2017

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by: emily.carlsen

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Categories: Analytics, Events, Tips

Editors Note: This year, Red Pill Analytics is the Analytics Sponsor at ODTUG Kscope17. Our company motto is #challengeeverything – so we knew we wanted to do something different and unexpected while at the conference. What we eventually landed on was creating Analytics Stations using IoT technologies to show how an old school object, like […]

June 23, 2017

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by: emily.carlsen

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Categories: Events, Tips

Editors Note: This year, Red Pill Analytics is the Analytics Sponsor at ODTUG Kscope17. Our company motto is #challengeeverything – so we knew we wanted to do something different and unexpected while at the conference. What we eventually landed on was creating Analytics Stations using IoT technologies to show how an old school object, like […]

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