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  1. Feb 2024
    1. https://web.archive.org/web/20240216060220/https://observablehq.com/blog/observable-2-0

      Observable is a static site generator for data dashboards and analyses. It can handle markdown and is as such compatible with using Obsidian notes as source. See https://mastodon.social/@kepano/111937315007645449

      This is comparable with [[EUNotes via Github Respec naar Geonovum]] where I generate a respec site from my notes through github. Except that Respec is text documentation, and Observable contains javascript to present data.

  2. Mar 2023
  3. May 2021
    1. This is a rather cool find and I can think of a few ways of using it.

      Being able to add widgets easily to the dashboard can be a highly useful thing!

      Also having the ability to easily add an admin page in the menu could be incredibly helpful in this setting.

  4. Jan 2021
  5. Oct 2020
    1. Use Streamlit if you want to get going as quickly possible and don’t have strong opinions or many custom requirements.Use Dash if you need something more flexible and mature, and you don’t mind spending the extra engineering time.

      Streamlit vs Dash

    2. Here’s a table showing the tradeoffs:

      Comparison of dashboard tech stack as of 10/2020:

  6. Aug 2020
  7. Mar 2017
    1. have helped Pierce College significantly improve its three-year graduation rates from 22 percent to 31 percent among new degree-seeking students and 21 percent to 30 percent among first-generation students.

      Causal statement, but with a qualification.

    2. Chancellor Michele Johnson said the dashboard was met with “such resistance even though we tried to frame it as being committed to student success.” But, she added, “We had to be patient enough to let some people mess around in the data.”

      Great evidence regarding faculty are initially resistant to analytics data.