- The province of Ontario provides data on the quality of stream water dating back to 1964. Through the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, the public can download and manipulate data that shows, among other things, total and dissolved nutrients, metals, and chloride in our streams and rivers.
- On Thursday, July 20th, Border City Data and Doug Sartori will be using Python to connect to, process, and visualize this data. The slow-paced walkthrough is suitable for those with a base-knowledge of Python, as well as those interested in water quality.
- Guest: Doug Sartori, HackForge and Parallel 42 Systems
Find more of Jon Liedtke’s opinion and commentary on AM800 CKLW HERE