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Harrison Mebane

Harrison Mebane
Data Analyst, Silicon Valley Data Science

Website | @harrisonmebane

After several years spent on a PhD in theoretical physics, I recently entered the “big data” community to apply what I’ve learned. I work primarily in Python but am always looking for new tools. I work closely with data scientists and engineers skilled in machine learning and data pipelining.

Sessions

Open Hardware
E147/148
Harrison Mebane (Silicon Valley Data Science), Stephen O'Sullivan (Data Whisperers)
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Can computers tell if trains run on time? Using microphones, IP cameras, Arduino and Raspberry Pi we set up sensors to detect commuter trains as they passed by. Together with signal processing in Python, streaming data aggregation with Flume and storing in Hadoop, we’ll show you how you can do this too. Read more.
Office Hours
Expo Hall (Table A)
Harrison Mebane (Silicon Valley Data Science), Stephen O'Sullivan (Data Whisperers)
Can computers tell if trains run on time? Harrison and Stephen are ready to discuss this topic and other matters related to the Internet of Things and data—including data pipelines, data platforms, and Fourier analysis. Read more.