Yes, it is 132 rows of magic! Now that we have this super cool table, how do we use it? Let’s pretend that my data is time-stamped in US Mountain Standard Time, but I want to display it in Western Australia Standard Time.
Noah Daniels announces Maintained by Kaggle data sets: The “Maintained by Kaggle” badge means that Kaggle is now and will continue to actively maintain that dataset. This includes regular updates to descriptions and metadata, quicker response rates in discussion, and accurate current data from the source. Our goal is to create seamless workflows that allow […]
John Cook shares some thoughts about k-anonymity and t-closeness: The idea of k-anonymity is that every database record appears at least k times. If you have a lot of records and few fields, your value of k could be high. But as you get more fields, it becomes more likely that a combination of fields is unique. If k = 1, then k-anonymity offers […]