In my last blogpost I showed how to plot F1 Circuit Locations into a map using Folium. This was a very static way to plot the F1 Circuit Locations either for the World, Europe or France. These options were hardcoded in the notebook and showed after each other.
Next step would be to make the solution more interactive, using Streamlit. The idea is to switch between the World, a possible Continent and a possible Country.
Plotting F1 Circuit Locations into a map using Folium
During this meeting Dutch local Data Superhero, Daan Bakboord, will give an overview and demo of building a data app with Snowflake and Streamlit. Daan will begin by showing you how you can interact with Snowflake from Python, and then demonstrate how easy it is to make an interactive data application in Streamlit.
Recently I blogged about loading F1 Historical Data into Snowflake. The first time I downloaded the related .csv-files from Kaggle. In a consecutive post I loaded the data directly using the Kaggle API. From .csv to Snowflake From Kaggle to Snowflake This time I am going to use the Ergast Developer API. “The Ergast Developer […]
This post shows how to load data which has been downloaded from Kaggle into Snowflake using Pandas
This post shows how to load data from .csv-files into Snowflake using Pandas
This blogpost covers the first steps of DaAnalytics in creating in Streamlit app on Snowflake.