First entry is a link to my Master Thesis (in Spanish). It will be always on top.
This thesis has evaluated economical viability of a hybrid solar-wind on-grid installation for a domestic user location in Spain, given the new context recently approved RD 244/2019 implies for this kind of installations.
The use of technologies like PowerShell, MongoDB, R and Python has allowed the capture (from highly reputed open data sources like AEMET OpenData, PVGIS, ERA-Interim, REE eSIOS, etc.), storage, cleaning, analysis and visualization of: data regarding with solar and wind resources at location under studio, electrical energy consumption patterns of the entailed home, electricity (produced and consumed) price evolution and installation costs.
Combination of these data have finally revealed a better suitability on this case of a pure solar installation over a hybrid one. Nevertheless, a hybrid or even a wind-turbine-only installation could make absolute sense from an economical point of view under certain circumstances.
From here on, subsequent entries will appear in chronological descending order.
This is an artistic-technical creation using a static ASCII Arts illustration as base and to which dynamism is added through the change of color and flickering of some elements using cooperative asynchronous multitasking processing in Python.
Notebook with the whole publication clicking on entry title. Code directly available at this Github repository.
How to apply to hundreds of jobs ... and not die trying? If you are currently looking for a job, you use LinkedIn for it and would like to have a personal assistant to send job requests on your behalf, JOBNTER is your answer.
JOBNTER is a Python script, built on top of Selenium and BeautifulSoup modules, for automating job search and CV submission on LinkedIn. It works on those open positions that offer the "Easy Apply" option.
Get the script clicking on this entry title. A post about motivations for creating it available in my blog (in Spanish).
The aim of this post is to pay a posthumous tribute to Juan Carlos Aragón, "El Capitán Veneno": poet, philosopher and renowned author of "chirigotas" and "comparsas" of The Carnival of Cádiz. To that purpose, a web crawler that obtains the lyrics of his most famous carnival groups is programmed and, from these lyrics, a WORD CLOUD that shows which words appear the most among his repertoires is created.
"8500: How long would our children die in?" is a publication that aims to raise awareness about the DAILY death, due to malnutrition, of thousands of children in the world. To reach this goal, a dynamic map that expose this global problem through a visual metaphor is created.
(Dark-background version of this post can be found on this link)