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CaBi Hack Night V

CaBi Hack Night is a show & tell of apps and data visualizations about Capital Bikeshare. We'll be on the 12th-floor lounge of the new WeWork in Crystal City. Doors open at 6:00 for pizza and soft drinks, with speakers starting at 6:30. 

• Daniel Gohlke from Motivate, operator of Capital Bikeshare, will talk about the general bike share feed specification (see press release).

• Anna Petrone will show her interactive visualization tool for CaBi trip data built with Amazon Web Services and Leaflet.

• Amir Farhangi and Matt Triner of District Ninja will show how they calculated DC neighborhoods with the most CaBi use.

• Hans Engler will show how he extracts spatio-temporal trip patterns from historic CaBi data.

• Stephen Tu will discuss Montgomery County's Level of Traffic Stress data, and Alex Rixey will show how Fehr and Peers used the data for CaBi ridership forecasting and measuring low-stress bikeways.

• Dylan Barlett will show his Python tools for working with CaBi trip data.

• David Erickson will show his Elasticsearch Kibana dashboard for CaBi data.

• Michael Schade will show how he used Processing to create animations for CaBi's 2015 "Station Domination" list, and how he made the "A Day with No Metro" project.

Read what the Washington Post wrote about CaBi Hack Night IVGovernment transit data gets techies’ gears spinning for new apps. And from Mobility Lab: From Rebalancing to Dock-Blocking: Techies Hack to Make Capital Bikeshare Even More User-Friendly.

Many thanks to our sponsors at WeWork and Mobility Lab for making this event possible!

Our hashtag is #cabihacknight. Speakers' Twitter handles are shown on our background screen. As always, stay tuned to @techiesdc for updates.

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