641 S street NW, Washington, DC
CaBi Hack Night is a show & tell of apps and data visualizations about Capital Bikeshare. Are you a programmer who has built something CaBi-related? Apps, hacks, dataviz, maps etc are all welcome. Sign up by contacting Michael. Thus far we have:
• Jonathan Street will explore how big the CaBi network is by computing the shortest route visiting all stations.
• Tracy Hadden Loh will show how she built a tool for Rails-to-Trails to measure level-of-service for CaBi stations in Arlington.
• James Graham will show how he uses Python to convert CaBi's new GBFS to an ArcGIS feature class.
Here's what's been presented at previous CaBiHackNights:
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