Tag: WHM

Visualizing Women’s Marches: Part 2

This post is the second in a series on visualizing the Women’s Marches from January 2017. In the first post, we explored the intensive data collection and data cleaning process necessary to produce clean pandas dataframes. Data Enrichment Because we eventually want to be able to build maps visualizing the marches, we need latitude and […]

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Exploring Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps Data

Today I want to go on an excursion in “catalogues as data“. The UK National Archives’ Discovery catalogue is an excellent resource for this activity, because a) it has a lot of records that have document descriptions at ‘item’ or ‘piece’ level in the catalogue, containing quite structured information (like dates, places, occupations) that can […]

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Visualizing Women’s Marches: Part 1

In celebration of Women’s History Month, I wanted to better understand the scale of the Women’s Marches that occurred in January 2017. Shortly after the marches, Vox published a map visualizing the estimated turnout across the entire country. This map is excellent at displaying: locations with the highest relative turnouts hubs and clusters of where […]

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18 Inspiring Women in Data Science, AI, Big Data, and Machine Learning

Women are underrepresented in STEM fields – science, technology, engineering, and math. For instance, women made up 27% of people employed in computer and mathematical occupations in 1960. But instead of growing over several decades, as many more women participated in the workforce overall, that number had declined to 26% by 2013, according to a […]

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