You made it! The last blog of the series is finally here. You’ve either been interested in what I’m writing about or you find the pragmatic Plotly and Facebook Prophet code useful or both. In this blog, we are going to continue to use Facebook Prophet to analyze oil price…


In the last blog of the series, we took a diversion to talk about oil and some of the key factors that go into the price of oil. We saw that changes in oil prices happen fast and sometimes result in dramatic decreases or increases in a short period of…


In the last few blogs in this series, we looked at some trends in renewable energy using the EIA API to import data for us to analyze using the Plotly library. We looked at the top five most populous countries and compared general trends in energy usage from both fossil…


In part three of this series, we are going to look at trends of specific renewable energy types such as wind, solar, geothermal, and hydroelectric. While renewables are not a new concept, how to scale the technology to capture the energy generated by renewable sources is. …


In the last blog which was the first part of my five-part series on energy, we reviewed some industry background and how the future for fossil fuels and renewables appear to be headed in different directions. As a primer, I suggest taking a look at Wood Mackenzie’s “Reversal of fortune…


Oil is the lubricant of our global economy, at least for now. Oil has shaped the fortunes of several countries, individuals, and corporations around the globe. In just the last few years oil has hit record levels of consumption as population and energy demand soar. According to statista.com, in 2019…


The box plot, “the what?” some folks might say or for people who don’t use statistics in their everyday jobs or it has been a while since that introductory statistics class you took way back when, these visualizations may be difficult to comprehend at first. The box plot was first…

Rafael Villanueva

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