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[OC] My happiness throughout the year so far

Data Is Beautiful

COMMENTS

  • NolanHPerry
    3 points Oct 10,2019, 11:23am

    I used the "Pixels: Mental Health and Mood Tracker" app on the Google play store for this

    Saw someone post one of these end of last year and decided to try it out and it's been very interesting so far. I've noticed it's increased my mood some since at the end of the day I have to think about what's all happened, and usually come to realize that most days nothing bad happened so hard not to be okay with that

COMMENTS

  • NolanHPerry
    3 points Oct 10,2019, 11:23am

    I used the "Pixels: Mental Health and Mood Tracker" app on the Google play store for this

    Saw someone post one of these end of last year and decided to try it out and it's been very interesting so far. I've noticed it's increased my mood some since at the end of the day I have to think about what's all happened, and usually come to realize that most days nothing bad happened so hard not to be okay with that

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[OC] r/dataisbeautiful Top 50 Contributor's Other Favorite Communities

Data Is Beautiful

COMMENTS

  • PHealthy
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 3:34pm

    Tool: R

    Source: Pushshift

COMMENTS

  • PHealthy
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 3:34pm

    Tool: R

    Source: Pushshift

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[OC] r/The_Donald Top 50 Contributor's Other Favorite Communities

Data Is Beautiful

COMMENTS

  • PHealthy
    14 points Oct 10,2019, 3:31pm

    Tool: R

    Source: Pushshift

  • Chazmer87
    24 points Oct 10,2019, 4:33pm

    science uncensored. Never heard of that one before

    Shot in the dark here.... it's not science, is it? Because you can say what you want about /r/science but it's not fucking political.

    edit:it uh... wasn't crazy, I'm confused.

  • OutOfMemory
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 8:12pm

    Not surprising that conspiracy theory subs top this list. In fact the Trump campaign specifically targeted people with conspiratorial ideation with their messaging. Here's an interview with the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower from Fresh Air, super interesting: https://www.npr.org/2019/10/08/768216311/whistleblower-explains-how-cambridge-analytica-helped-fuel-u-s-insurgency

  • si-gnalfire
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 7:03pm

    I'd like to see this compared to another, potentially left wing subreddit. The inclusion of PS4 and XboxOne are intriguing to me. Are those subreddits so big, that they would be on every list like this? It makes me paranoid to think these 50 are bots, and they're trying to infiltrate influential subreddits, or they're people and I actually have something in common with these miscreants, I don't know which is worse.

  • supernaut32
    -10 points Oct 10,2019, 4:29pm

    Holy shit they need to find a hobby or something. Imagine if they put all that energy into literally anything else!

COMMENTS

  • PHealthy
    14 points Oct 10,2019, 3:31pm

    Tool: R

    Source: Pushshift

  • Chazmer87
    24 points Oct 10,2019, 4:33pm

    science uncensored. Never heard of that one before

    Shot in the dark here.... it's not science, is it? Because you can say what you want about /r/science but it's not fucking political.

    edit:it uh... wasn't crazy, I'm confused.

  • OutOfMemory
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 8:12pm

    Not surprising that conspiracy theory subs top this list. In fact the Trump campaign specifically targeted people with conspiratorial ideation with their messaging. Here's an interview with the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower from Fresh Air, super interesting: https://www.npr.org/2019/10/08/768216311/whistleblower-explains-how-cambridge-analytica-helped-fuel-u-s-insurgency

  • johnrose81
    3 points Oct 10,2019, 5:07pm

    So that's why world news banned me when I said Chinese are wiping out ocean species with their fishing practices.

  • si-gnalfire
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 7:03pm

    I'd like to see this compared to another, potentially left wing subreddit. The inclusion of PS4 and XboxOne are intriguing to me. Are those subreddits so big, that they would be on every list like this? It makes me paranoid to think these 50 are bots, and they're trying to infiltrate influential subreddits, or they're people and I actually have something in common with these miscreants, I don't know which is worse.

  • supernaut32
    -10 points Oct 10,2019, 4:29pm

    Holy shit they need to find a hobby or something. Imagine if they put all that energy into literally anything else!

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[OC] California Commute Flows Visualized

Data Is Beautiful

COMMENTS

  • AnthropomorphicBees
    1 points Oct 09,2019, 4:57pm

    Map shows commute origin-destination flows with transparency scaled to the number of commuters between each O/D pair. This work was inspired by this post: https://spatial.ly/2015/03/mapping-flows/

    Data sources are: 1) U.S. Census Longitudinal Origin Destination Employment Statistics O/D data. LODES

    2) U.S. Census Tiger shapefiles for Census Tracts

    Tools:Data prepared in R and mapped using ggplot2. Color, layout and annotations done in Photoshop.

COMMENTS

  • AnthropomorphicBees
    1 points Oct 09,2019, 4:57pm

    Map shows commute origin-destination flows with transparency scaled to the number of commuters between each O/D pair. This work was inspired by this post: https://spatial.ly/2015/03/mapping-flows/

    Data sources are: 1) U.S. Census Longitudinal Origin Destination Employment Statistics O/D data. LODES

    2) U.S. Census Tiger shapefiles for Census Tracts

    Tools:Data prepared in R and mapped using ggplot2. Color, layout and annotations done in Photoshop.

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[OC] Shark Tank Sharks' Net Worth

Data Is Beautiful

COMMENTS

  • Jcase191
    51 points Oct 07,2019, 9:30am

    That's insane. I never watch the show. Everytime I see clips, it's of him making an offer. Does he bite more than others? What's that ratio like?

  • detroitvelvetslim
    7 points Oct 07,2019, 3:31pm

    The Cubes also has no idea how he actually he became wealthy, and is the only one I'd actually want to hang out with.

    Kevin O'Leary absolutely has hunted the most dangerous game

  • thekyledavid
    11 points Oct 07,2019, 10:54am

    Considering how none of the entrepreneurs ever seem to care about Robert, I’m surprised he’s not the lowest

  • deleted
    3 points Oct 07,2019, 10:56am

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COMMENTS

  • Jcase191
    51 points Oct 07,2019, 9:30am

    That's insane. I never watch the show. Everytime I see clips, it's of him making an offer. Does he bite more than others? What's that ratio like?

  • detroitvelvetslim
    7 points Oct 07,2019, 3:31pm

    The Cubes also has no idea how he actually he became wealthy, and is the only one I'd actually want to hang out with.

    Kevin O'Leary absolutely has hunted the most dangerous game

  • thekyledavid
    11 points Oct 07,2019, 10:54am

    Considering how none of the entrepreneurs ever seem to care about Robert, I’m surprised he’s not the lowest

  • Tville88
    5 points Oct 07,2019, 9:28am

    Tool: Tableau Public

    Source: Investopedia

    Interactive version can be found here.

  • deleted
    3 points Oct 07,2019, 10:56am

    [deleted]

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[OC] The USA of PBJ

Data Is Beautiful

COMMENTS

  • squishedtomato
    762 points Oct 04,2019, 10:07am

    So glad to see West Texas grapes represented in this data set. Absolutely fantastic.

  • Tville88
    1537 points Oct 04,2019, 12:23pm

    Tbh, I would try to be a little more clear with your title. As it is, it was my assumption that this map showed areas where people preferred a certain ingredient. I was quite confused until I read your comments.

  • brussell1020
    102 points Oct 04,2019, 3:01pm

    Because I’m an idiot, I thought this was a chart of the favorite types of jelly to put on a PBJ and was immensely confused on what the heck wheat jelly was

  • Sundance12
    253 points Oct 04,2019, 9:28am

    I used USDA Cropscape data to show regions in the US where ingredients in a peanut butter jelly sandwich are grown. Originally I only considered grape jelly, but then I realized the nation is divided on more than just politics. Personally, I like to use a lot of blueberry and blackberry jam, but I stuck with the top two.

    Cropscape comes in 30m resolution raster data, so I binned the data into these diamond polygons. There are a lot of stray pixels, so I've only shown areas that are above average for each crop, since I'm looking for predominant growing regions and not the odd, personal home vineyard. Used ArcGIS Pro and a bit of GIMP.

    EDIT: Here is a hopefully more colorblind-friendly version

  • AManBehindYou
    53 points Oct 04,2019, 10:44am

    It’s never occurred to me to use grape jelly on a PB&J. I only ever used strawberry, I thought the rest of the world did too.

  • lieutenantkoala
    13 points Oct 04,2019, 2:30pm

    This map needs a title change and different colors for wheat and strawberries. As a colorblind person those two colors are almost indistinguishable. I can barely tell the difference in the key and I can't tell them apart at all on the actual map. On the title, it seems like a lot of people are confused at first (myself included) into thinking that this is a map of regional preferences. The title should more strongly indicate that this is where these crops are grown. Definitely a fun idea, just needs a couple little tweaks to be more clear!

  • MinnesotaPower
    15 points Oct 04,2019, 10:30am

    With all the wineries in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa, I'm surprised to see there's no grape production shown in these states.

  • Allarius1
    50 points Oct 04,2019, 1:58pm

    Am I the only one confused by this? Are people really putting raw wheat on their pb&j's? Also, why the hell would you put peanuts on it if you already have peanut butter? Unless it means chunky peanut butter?

  • Bodily_Harm
    9 points Oct 04,2019, 2:02pm

    I don't know why, but this was so damn confusing to me. I thought this was about things that were added to PB&J sandwiches by region. I was there with peanuts, strawberries and grapes but I couldn't imagine wheat on a sandwich as a topping. I was confused that so many people added anything to PB& J at all. Then it dawned on me and seemed so obvious, I suppose I should take a nap.

  • freefire2020
    3 points Oct 04,2019, 4:26pm

    This reminds me of driving through Kalamazoo/Battle Creek and smelling all those wonderful grapes from the Welch’s plant and local vineyards :)

  • slothbear13
    3 points Oct 04,2019, 4:56pm

    I remember when I first put strawberry jam/perserves instead of grape jelly on my sandwich. I felt ridiculously fancy.

  • silpheed5
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:50pm

    I had no idea what this map was trying to represent until I read the comments. I believe that including the word ‘grown’ somewhere in the title world be helpful.

  • new_account_5009
    2 points Oct 04,2019, 2:09pm

    Northern Virginia wine country isn't huge, but it's so picturesque out there. Glad it can be included as a single purple dot.

  • MustrumRidculy
    2 points Oct 04,2019, 2:56pm

    Studied agriculture. Map checks out mostly. Strawberry production is a bit more abundant in North Carolina than described however.

  • uenjoimyself
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:06pm

    This was the most confusing map at first.. then I figured it out. I was like “so who likes fluffernutters”

  • JoojHan446
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:35pm

    I git confused thinking they meant things they add inti the sandwich

    Like: oh yeah in north texas they add straight wheat inside their sandwiches

  • kiranai
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:14pm

    That belt of peanuts in NC/SC/GA reminds me of roadside boiled peanut stands on long car rides to visit my grandparents

  • xploosiveadooturd
    4 points Oct 04,2019, 10:09am

    You should post this on r/MapPorn as well.

  • daver33
    5 points Oct 04,2019, 10:18am

    We got plenty of strawberries in Michigan. And the are far superior than the giant ones of cal or Florida

  • anondbcoder
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 1:05pm

    Finally someone focusing on what matters.

    In the south they put actual peanuts on the sandwich? That sounds amazing.

  • deleted
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 10:04am

    [removed]

  • Mike_Hunty
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 1:48pm

    I remember when that Portland School Principal called PB&J’s racist and white privilege. That was funny.

  • NastyNate4
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 2:25pm

    I found the smell of grapes on the vine to be a pleasant surprise on an otherwise desolate drive between Cleveland and Buffalo. Whole region smells like jelly it's fantastic.

  • Tarchianolix
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 2:31pm

    Would I be correct to say that I should move to areas where they grow grapes be side the weather is nice there?

  • Totaly_Unsuspicious
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:10pm

    Now I want to know what the shortest route would be to harvest everything for my pb&j sandwich. (Strawberry obviously since a grape one can apparently be sourced entirely from West Texas. )

  • rectal_expansion
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:24pm

    I worked on a watermelon farm the summer after high school that grew peanuts in the off season. It was right where the yellow dot in south Florida is. Is each point representative of a single farm?

  • Rellikcalis
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:55pm

    Why is the peanut butter and jelly outside the bread. This is why America is going down the drain. /s

  • Gluten_Free_Ebola
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:20pm

    They’re harvesting peanuts this time of year in south Alabama. Along with the drought we’re having, let me tell you it is less that pleasant

  • Cxoh
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:39pm

    The map for california isn't very accurate, missing all the winter wheat grown in the central valley, also the strawberries and grapes are off in some places.. seems like you are also including wine grapes in some places, but not others..

  • konny38
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:59pm

    Charlie Kelly would be proud--a sandwich with the bread in the middle, jelly outside on one surface and peanut butter on the other. Perfect!

  • TheJuiceLee
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:05pm

    holy shit i always thought strawberry was more popular but i guess thats just because i live in seattle

  • CaptainFenris
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:16pm

    Missing a purple diamond in North Georgia. I know there's at least one vineyard around Blue Ridge, even though that's mostly apple country.

    On that note, where's the love for good ole apple jelly on these pb&js

  • Falrien
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:17pm

    That’s insane that so few areas of such a ridiculous landmass grow substantial amounts of strawbs... Interesting to see about the peanuts though.

  • 2dazed4zero5
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:22pm

    I live in Oklahoma “The Buckle of the Wheat Belt.”We get most of our strawberries from Texas or Mexico which is weird that they aren’t represented as a strawberry producing state.

  • sklrgrld
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:47pm

    So is this like a map of people’s favorite PBJ ingredient? Seeing wheat on the same map as strawberry is a bit confusing

  • BU_Milksteak
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:49pm

    Come to Indiana. We got soybeans and corn. But not the cool corn. We got the corn to feed livestock.

  • I_Hunt_N00bs
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:05pm

    I was very confused until I read the description. I was trying to work out what wheat jelly was, or why people would have additional peanuts in their PBJs instead of jam.

  • Br1ngmemybrownpants
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:45pm

    At first I thought it was a map of America’s favorite ingredients to put on a sandwich, which made me confused as to why wheat was an option.

    Like, “yes, I like bread in my sandwich”

  • mishaquinn
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 7:03pm

    i thought this www ingredients in addition to PBJ and im like too many people put straight up wheat on their sandwiches

  • Camorune
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 7:42pm

    Fun fact: You are not allowed to grow neither wheat nor peanuts without permission from the government because of some old laws from the 30s and 40s.

  • Firemanz
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:05pm

    It's odd that East Texas isn't represented for Peanuts. There is a town there that literally has a Peanut Festival every year because peanuts are such a central part of their economy.

  • Mbate22
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:24pm

    Ohhhh, where the ingredients are from. Boy do I feel dumb. I'm over here wondering what kind of monsters use some kind of wheat spread instead of grape jelly, but then became even more confused when I realized peanuts were also listed.

  • Flaming_Eagle
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:44pm

    Oh god this sub is actually bad. Every single thing that's been coming up on my front page lately has been so misleading. This makes no fucking sense, it's very clearly supposed to be a graph outlining each states' favorite pbj ingredient, not where each item is grown.

    Fuck me, data is absolutely not beautiful. This shit is just misleading, even if the graph is pretty.

  • cfire8000
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 2:52pm

    Grape jelly > Strawberry jelly. Coming from a guy that LOVES strawberries. However on a pbj the grape really does it for me I don’t know why

  • Peter_Camp45
    0 points Oct 04,2019, 3:09pm

    Can someone explain the key, whats wheat doing there? That the bread is that regions favorite part of a PBJ?

  • tha2r
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:26pm

    Wtf is this even showing? Peanut butter is a regional ingredient in PB&J’s?? And wheat??? I shouldn’t have to read some buried comment to figure out what you’re tying to say.

  • LjSpike
    -1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:28pm

    Ok, so peanut butter and jam sandwiches are weird

    but grape sandwiches seem clinically insane

    and wheat sandwiches? was one grain-based item not enough? who slighted you so badly to make you into this?

COMMENTS

  • squishedtomato
    762 points Oct 04,2019, 10:07am

    So glad to see West Texas grapes represented in this data set. Absolutely fantastic.

  • Tville88
    1537 points Oct 04,2019, 12:23pm

    Tbh, I would try to be a little more clear with your title. As it is, it was my assumption that this map showed areas where people preferred a certain ingredient. I was quite confused until I read your comments.

  • brussell1020
    102 points Oct 04,2019, 3:01pm

    Because I’m an idiot, I thought this was a chart of the favorite types of jelly to put on a PBJ and was immensely confused on what the heck wheat jelly was

  • KarmaFeedstheEgo
    138 points Oct 04,2019, 10:48am

    This map is so inaccurate, there are strawberries growing in my front yard every year and they aren't even shown!

  • Sundance12
    253 points Oct 04,2019, 9:28am

    I used USDA Cropscape data to show regions in the US where ingredients in a peanut butter jelly sandwich are grown. Originally I only considered grape jelly, but then I realized the nation is divided on more than just politics. Personally, I like to use a lot of blueberry and blackberry jam, but I stuck with the top two.

    Cropscape comes in 30m resolution raster data, so I binned the data into these diamond polygons. There are a lot of stray pixels, so I've only shown areas that are above average for each crop, since I'm looking for predominant growing regions and not the odd, personal home vineyard. Used ArcGIS Pro and a bit of GIMP.

    EDIT: Here is a hopefully more colorblind-friendly version

  • AManBehindYou
    53 points Oct 04,2019, 10:44am

    It’s never occurred to me to use grape jelly on a PB&J. I only ever used strawberry, I thought the rest of the world did too.

  • lieutenantkoala
    13 points Oct 04,2019, 2:30pm

    This map needs a title change and different colors for wheat and strawberries. As a colorblind person those two colors are almost indistinguishable. I can barely tell the difference in the key and I can't tell them apart at all on the actual map. On the title, it seems like a lot of people are confused at first (myself included) into thinking that this is a map of regional preferences. The title should more strongly indicate that this is where these crops are grown. Definitely a fun idea, just needs a couple little tweaks to be more clear!

  • MinnesotaPower
    15 points Oct 04,2019, 10:30am

    With all the wineries in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa, I'm surprised to see there's no grape production shown in these states.

  • Allarius1
    50 points Oct 04,2019, 1:58pm

    Am I the only one confused by this? Are people really putting raw wheat on their pb&j's? Also, why the hell would you put peanuts on it if you already have peanut butter? Unless it means chunky peanut butter?

  • Bodily_Harm
    9 points Oct 04,2019, 2:02pm

    I don't know why, but this was so damn confusing to me. I thought this was about things that were added to PB&J sandwiches by region. I was there with peanuts, strawberries and grapes but I couldn't imagine wheat on a sandwich as a topping. I was confused that so many people added anything to PB& J at all. Then it dawned on me and seemed so obvious, I suppose I should take a nap.

  • freefire2020
    3 points Oct 04,2019, 4:26pm

    This reminds me of driving through Kalamazoo/Battle Creek and smelling all those wonderful grapes from the Welch’s plant and local vineyards :)

  • slothbear13
    3 points Oct 04,2019, 4:56pm

    I remember when I first put strawberry jam/perserves instead of grape jelly on my sandwich. I felt ridiculously fancy.

  • silpheed5
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:50pm

    I had no idea what this map was trying to represent until I read the comments. I believe that including the word ‘grown’ somewhere in the title world be helpful.

  • new_account_5009
    2 points Oct 04,2019, 2:09pm

    Northern Virginia wine country isn't huge, but it's so picturesque out there. Glad it can be included as a single purple dot.

  • MustrumRidculy
    2 points Oct 04,2019, 2:56pm

    Studied agriculture. Map checks out mostly. Strawberry production is a bit more abundant in North Carolina than described however.

  • uenjoimyself
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:06pm

    This was the most confusing map at first.. then I figured it out. I was like “so who likes fluffernutters”

  • JoojHan446
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:35pm

    I git confused thinking they meant things they add inti the sandwich

    Like: oh yeah in north texas they add straight wheat inside their sandwiches

  • kiranai
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:14pm

    That belt of peanuts in NC/SC/GA reminds me of roadside boiled peanut stands on long car rides to visit my grandparents

  • xploosiveadooturd
    4 points Oct 04,2019, 10:09am

    You should post this on r/MapPorn as well.

  • daver33
    5 points Oct 04,2019, 10:18am

    We got plenty of strawberries in Michigan. And the are far superior than the giant ones of cal or Florida

  • anondbcoder
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 1:05pm

    Finally someone focusing on what matters.

    In the south they put actual peanuts on the sandwich? That sounds amazing.

  • deleted
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 10:04am

    [removed]

  • Mike_Hunty
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 1:48pm

    I remember when that Portland School Principal called PB&J’s racist and white privilege. That was funny.

  • NastyNate4
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 2:25pm

    I found the smell of grapes on the vine to be a pleasant surprise on an otherwise desolate drive between Cleveland and Buffalo. Whole region smells like jelly it's fantastic.

  • Tarchianolix
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 2:31pm

    Would I be correct to say that I should move to areas where they grow grapes be side the weather is nice there?

  • Totaly_Unsuspicious
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:10pm

    Now I want to know what the shortest route would be to harvest everything for my pb&j sandwich. (Strawberry obviously since a grape one can apparently be sourced entirely from West Texas. )

  • rectal_expansion
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:24pm

    I worked on a watermelon farm the summer after high school that grew peanuts in the off season. It was right where the yellow dot in south Florida is. Is each point representative of a single farm?

  • Rellikcalis
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:55pm

    Why is the peanut butter and jelly outside the bread. This is why America is going down the drain. /s

  • Gluten_Free_Ebola
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:20pm

    They’re harvesting peanuts this time of year in south Alabama. Along with the drought we’re having, let me tell you it is less that pleasant

  • Cxoh
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:39pm

    The map for california isn't very accurate, missing all the winter wheat grown in the central valley, also the strawberries and grapes are off in some places.. seems like you are also including wine grapes in some places, but not others..

  • konny38
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:59pm

    Charlie Kelly would be proud--a sandwich with the bread in the middle, jelly outside on one surface and peanut butter on the other. Perfect!

  • TheJuiceLee
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:05pm

    holy shit i always thought strawberry was more popular but i guess thats just because i live in seattle

  • CaptainFenris
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:16pm

    Missing a purple diamond in North Georgia. I know there's at least one vineyard around Blue Ridge, even though that's mostly apple country.

    On that note, where's the love for good ole apple jelly on these pb&js

  • Falrien
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:17pm

    That’s insane that so few areas of such a ridiculous landmass grow substantial amounts of strawbs... Interesting to see about the peanuts though.

  • 2dazed4zero5
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:22pm

    I live in Oklahoma “The Buckle of the Wheat Belt.”We get most of our strawberries from Texas or Mexico which is weird that they aren’t represented as a strawberry producing state.

  • sklrgrld
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:47pm

    So is this like a map of people’s favorite PBJ ingredient? Seeing wheat on the same map as strawberry is a bit confusing

  • BU_Milksteak
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 5:49pm

    Come to Indiana. We got soybeans and corn. But not the cool corn. We got the corn to feed livestock.

  • I_Hunt_N00bs
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:05pm

    I was very confused until I read the description. I was trying to work out what wheat jelly was, or why people would have additional peanuts in their PBJs instead of jam.

  • Br1ngmemybrownpants
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 6:45pm

    At first I thought it was a map of America’s favorite ingredients to put on a sandwich, which made me confused as to why wheat was an option.

    Like, “yes, I like bread in my sandwich”

  • mishaquinn
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 7:03pm

    i thought this www ingredients in addition to PBJ and im like too many people put straight up wheat on their sandwiches

  • Camorune
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 7:42pm

    Fun fact: You are not allowed to grow neither wheat nor peanuts without permission from the government because of some old laws from the 30s and 40s.

  • Firemanz
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:05pm

    It's odd that East Texas isn't represented for Peanuts. There is a town there that literally has a Peanut Festival every year because peanuts are such a central part of their economy.

  • Mbate22
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:24pm

    Ohhhh, where the ingredients are from. Boy do I feel dumb. I'm over here wondering what kind of monsters use some kind of wheat spread instead of grape jelly, but then became even more confused when I realized peanuts were also listed.

  • Flaming_Eagle
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 4:44pm

    Oh god this sub is actually bad. Every single thing that's been coming up on my front page lately has been so misleading. This makes no fucking sense, it's very clearly supposed to be a graph outlining each states' favorite pbj ingredient, not where each item is grown.

    Fuck me, data is absolutely not beautiful. This shit is just misleading, even if the graph is pretty.

  • cfire8000
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 2:52pm

    Grape jelly > Strawberry jelly. Coming from a guy that LOVES strawberries. However on a pbj the grape really does it for me I don’t know why

  • Peter_Camp45
    0 points Oct 04,2019, 3:09pm

    Can someone explain the key, whats wheat doing there? That the bread is that regions favorite part of a PBJ?

  • tha2r
    1 points Oct 04,2019, 8:26pm

    Wtf is this even showing? Peanut butter is a regional ingredient in PB&J’s?? And wheat??? I shouldn’t have to read some buried comment to figure out what you’re tying to say.

  • LjSpike
    -1 points Oct 04,2019, 3:28pm

    Ok, so peanut butter and jam sandwiches are weird

    but grape sandwiches seem clinically insane

    and wheat sandwiches? was one grain-based item not enough? who slighted you so badly to make you into this?

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[OC] Occurrences of the word "gay" in each season of South Park

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    1 points Oct 03,2019, 12:48pm

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  • Reacher-Said-Nothing
    4 points Oct 03,2019, 12:18pm

    I felt like the boys called each other and everything 'gay' way more often in the earlier seasons than they do now, so I got a hold of all the scripts and ran a program to find out. Turns out they have been using it less and less, with a few exceptions.

    I'm not trying to make any political point or anything, it was purely a curiosity of mine.

    Data sources: Seasons 1 through 18 available as .CSV from this github:

    https://github.com/c0mpiler/SouthParkData

    Seasons 19-22 from this website:

    https://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/episode_scripts.php?tv-show=south-park

    Method: Using the "mark" tool in Notepad++ to count the occurrences of a word in a CSV. Using ctrl-F in Firefox to count the occurrences of a word in a website.

    Tool used: Libreoffice Calc

    If someone can think of a less manual, scripted way of doing this, we could check for frequencies of other words. I suspect swearing has gone up, but use of racial stereotypes has also gone down.

  • Butterfly_Queef
    2 points Oct 03,2019, 12:18pm

    Lmao. The first season can be attributed to Mephisto's nephew friends who called everything gay and also Big Gay Al

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  • Reacher-Said-Nothing
    4 points Oct 03,2019, 12:18pm

    I felt like the boys called each other and everything 'gay' way more often in the earlier seasons than they do now, so I got a hold of all the scripts and ran a program to find out. Turns out they have been using it less and less, with a few exceptions.

    I'm not trying to make any political point or anything, it was purely a curiosity of mine.

    Data sources: Seasons 1 through 18 available as .CSV from this github:

    https://github.com/c0mpiler/SouthParkData

    Seasons 19-22 from this website:

    https://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/episode_scripts.php?tv-show=south-park

    Method: Using the "mark" tool in Notepad++ to count the occurrences of a word in a CSV. Using ctrl-F in Firefox to count the occurrences of a word in a website.

    Tool used: Libreoffice Calc

    If someone can think of a less manual, scripted way of doing this, we could check for frequencies of other words. I suspect swearing has gone up, but use of racial stereotypes has also gone down.

  • Butterfly_Queef
    2 points Oct 03,2019, 12:18pm

    Lmao. The first season can be attributed to Mephisto's nephew friends who called everything gay and also Big Gay Al

  • Spokker
    1 points Oct 03,2019, 3:12pm

    Does this demonstrate a conscious effort on the part of Matt and Trey to not use the word anymore due to societal norms, or does it represent the decline of Big Gay Al and those two kids who called everything gay?

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How long it took me to get rejected by Spotify [OC]

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  • CramsyAU
    1 points Oct 01,2019, 6:29pm

    Data based on when I submitted by resume and received a "thank you for applying" email and when I received a "we pursued other applicants" email from Spotify recruiting.

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  • CramsyAU
    1 points Oct 01,2019, 6:29pm

    Data based on when I submitted by resume and received a "thank you for applying" email and when I received a "we pursued other applicants" email from Spotify recruiting.

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Tracked my workout sessions for 3 years.

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  • LichenSymbiont
    3 points Sep 30,2019, 11:33am

    The future of tracking exercise progress will be very interesting. I'm thinking you could have a 360 deg full-body 3D heatmap after an exercise session, to record what muscles has been activated to what extent.

    Thermal cam exercise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE3DVtJSmx4

    And all kinds of stats.

    What I'd like to see from this data of yours is a time-based graph though.

  • LiftSleepEatRepeat
    0 points Sep 30,2019, 10:22am

    Guys, I am terrible at this. The mods have been helping me to make a proper post. My first post was removed as it was breaking Rule 4 (sorry!).


    Source: me.

    Tools used: Progression App for Android. Creator: Zoltan Demant

    Hey everyone,

    This is something I was really proud of and wanted to share with you guys. The gym is very important to many people but you never really grasp your presence there unless someone gives you some statistics to put things into perspective. Well, at first I didn't care but after a year or two of just tracking my exercises, I noticed the "statistics" page and this is what I saw. It is insane how much time I have spent there, how much attention each body part has received, and how much total weight I have lifted.

    I'm about to break 1000 hours at the gym and nearly 7.71 million kg lifted/pushed.

    There are many apps like this one in the Android app store. Get yourself one and start tracking. The numbers are eye opening and motivating at the same time.

    The app I use can create an Excel document that can be shared.

    Here is the CSV file with all the data

  • deleted
    0 points Sep 30,2019, 12:15pm

    [removed]

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  • LichenSymbiont
    3 points Sep 30,2019, 11:33am

    The future of tracking exercise progress will be very interesting. I'm thinking you could have a 360 deg full-body 3D heatmap after an exercise session, to record what muscles has been activated to what extent.

    Thermal cam exercise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE3DVtJSmx4

    And all kinds of stats.

    What I'd like to see from this data of yours is a time-based graph though.

  • LiftSleepEatRepeat
    0 points Sep 30,2019, 10:22am

    Guys, I am terrible at this. The mods have been helping me to make a proper post. My first post was removed as it was breaking Rule 4 (sorry!).


    Source: me.

    Tools used: Progression App for Android. Creator: Zoltan Demant

    Hey everyone,

    This is something I was really proud of and wanted to share with you guys. The gym is very important to many people but you never really grasp your presence there unless someone gives you some statistics to put things into perspective. Well, at first I didn't care but after a year or two of just tracking my exercises, I noticed the "statistics" page and this is what I saw. It is insane how much time I have spent there, how much attention each body part has received, and how much total weight I have lifted.

    I'm about to break 1000 hours at the gym and nearly 7.71 million kg lifted/pushed.

    There are many apps like this one in the Android app store. Get yourself one and start tracking. The numbers are eye opening and motivating at the same time.

    The app I use can create an Excel document that can be shared.

    Here is the CSV file with all the data

  • deleted
    0 points Sep 30,2019, 12:15pm

    [removed]

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I started by wanting see if I could use ML to determine if an album was from a specific genre but the data from Spotify didn't contain genres. So instead here is a visualization of Taylor Swift's albums using the criteria / data. [OC]

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