Blogs Category: Solution

August 2, 2022

Powerful new SEO & SEM Data Products with RAW

Create powerful SEO/SEM data products with RAW. This example compares historical search volumes for two keywords / brands over a time period for trend analysis.

June 8, 2022

How we use RAW internally: a Business Activity API and Dashboard

At RAW we eat our own dog food, as an emerging software vendor we want business metrics on how we are doing. We use RAW to create a Business Activity API, and then retrieve the data in Excel with a simple dashboard.

April 28, 2022

RSS News Feed Filtering with RAW

Filter and alert on news stories on topics of interest, using RAW Labs on RSS feeds

March 23, 2022

816,000 interesting FREE datasets with RAW Labs

Free Datasets are a great resource – see an example showing how to use RAW to query, transform and join with other data, then expose API endpoints for further data sharing.

February 16, 2022

Analysing the News with RAW

Use RAW with Web APIs to produce powerful analysis results on web pages. This example shows analysing web pages in RSS feeds, using metadata extraction and Google’s language entity extraction.

February 8, 2022

NYC Taxi Cab Analytics and APIs, Part 3

Third and last in the Blog series, showing how to join file-based NY Cab and MTA data to weather data API to run some statistical correlation functions.

January 26, 2022

NYC Taxi Cab Analytics and APIs, Part 2

Second in Blog Series, we now parameterise our function to dynamically query different files, join to MTA train and bus data for total rides per day, and run over several months.

January 25, 2022

NYC Taxi Cab Analytics and APIs

First in Blog Series showing New York Taxi Cab Data, how we query, clean and join this data to produce simple APIs

January 24, 2022

Product Traceability: a Manufacturing Use Case

A major European manufacturing corporation challenged us to help them with providing a product traceability API on top of their machine data. 

January 19, 2022

Resource-Intensive Data Products: “Calculation-as-a-Service”

Some Data Products are simple, but there’s plenty that are more complex, involving calculations, models and other longer-running and resource intensive workloads.