1 It is easy to install and start. Of course it is your friend if you are a techie but installing elasticsearch for simple dataviz purpose is very easy. On debian, ubuntu and maybe Centos you have preinstalled package. You can even dezip the source archive and launch ! 2 You can store any csv […]
About Mathieu ELIE
Elasticsearch consultant based in Bordeaux / France, Paris and London. Work with elasticsearch since 5 years now. Give training courses and do some consulting around the elastic stack.
Entries by Mathieu ELIE
Sometimes world of embedded devices are not really far from ruby world. I’m currently playing with sensor data and arduino. Sensor data and data science can be amazing. Getting some insights from data of real world. Statistics on sound level snapshots for example… and try to detect wider context from small and poor data. So […]
My successful playlist converter application is at this time full browser js. That means there no backend, and so no backend logic even for api calls. This application, a playlist converter from one streaming service to another need to make lot of api calls to each service. This api calls make search for each tracks, […]
I’m using mosh. This app is incredible. It keeps your terms up and even up again after an internet disconnection. It uses UDP and of course both server and client side app. The daemon mosh runs on your server (every distributions) and on client you don’t ssh email@example.com but firstname.lastname@example.org. Super handy, free and clean.
OnePlaylist Baby Just started the development of the successor of my application OnePlaylist. There will be more than one app to be precise but this is the first one and colser to OnePlaylist after pivot. OnePlaylist had more than 4000 visitors a day, so i hope more for the successor on a longuer term: 3 […]
Blogging Yes indeed my english is far for being perfect but i decided to blog again in english. Its better to do stuff than doing nothing. Its the first priority. So here i am. Tech news ? More and more tech… days after days. Even the best CTO and any technical architect can’t handle the […]
I was talking with someone who sait its ok he will scale because the dev is done with node on top of elasticsearch: it is totally wrong ! architecture is not only about database and language a node code could not scale, it can be heavy very fast we don t talk about the load […]
Working on my heat plot dataviz. there is more wind during the day more humidity at night with a correlation with temperature and so on… The serigraphy effect is efficient to show patterns over time series data.
Click on the image below to get the original. Last 365 days of temperature of bordeaux city. rows: hours so we have 24 rows columns: days, so the last 365 days circle size: temperature scaled between the colder day and warmer day. Soon you’ll can purchase a serigraphy of my dataviz and maybe dataviz tuned […]
I am graphing the meteo temperature of bordeaux the last 90 days. Each column is a day and each row is an hour. Each circle is the temperature. The size of the circle is the temperature value between the maximum and minimum of the period, this last 90 days. To my mind it is beautilfull […]
Now i’m british since 6 months. Not so easy. I discover the underground part of London. Far from tourism places Far from hype / rich / trendy place Popular british places in real life This is a pleasure at this time. Now i have the sensation to be really in another country. It is not […]
Latest data visualization projects
- elasticsearch hello world tutorial
- Simple and usefull monit conf for elasticsearch
- datavisualization with d3.js + elasticsearch + bordeaux open data
- AngularJS + d3.js + node.js + express
- StatsD + Graphite: “super lightweight client side” graphing solution
- Using kibana as a generic elasticsearch app explorer
- Amazing nginx JSON hacks – via Gabriel Weinberg’s Blog
- Simple apache read only reverse proxy on elasticsearch
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elasticsearch consultant based in Bordeaux France and working internationally.
I work with elasticsearch as an early adopter since 2011.
My client go back to me for specific NoSQL knowledge, elasticsearch, architecture consulting, training, technical advices...