Sports Analytics: an exploratory analysis of international football matches-Part 2

In my previous article (Part 1 of this series), I’ve been implementing some interesting visualization tools for a meaningful exploratory analysis. Then, with the Python package Streamlit, I made them interactive in the form of a web app. In this article, I’m going to continue working on the same dataset as before, this time focusing […]

Sports Analytics: an exploratory analysis of international football matches-Part 1

Data Science and Analytics have a huge variety of fields of applications, basically every time pieces of information are delivered in the form of data. The sports industry makes no exception. There is a great business all around, and having the possibility to study the market of sports via powerful analytics tools is a great […]

Streaming analysis with Kafka, InfluxDB and Grafana

If you are dealing with the streaming analysis of your data, there are some tools which can offer performing and easy-to-interpret results. First, we have Kafka, which is a distributed streaming platform which allows its users to send and receive live messages containing a bunch of data (you can read more about it here). We will […]

Apache Kafka: platform architecture and streaming analysis

Kafka is a distributed streaming platform which allows its users to send and receive live messages containing a bunch of data. This article will dwell on the architecture of Kafka, which is pivotal to understand how to properly set your streaming analysis environment. Later on, I will provide an example of real-time data analysis by […]