Since we are launching Kyso on Product Hunt (PH), it would be pretty fun to showcase what Kyso can do by looking at PH's own publically available data.
So I spun up a Jupyterlab environment on Kyso and got to work.
This notebook only handles the plotting of the data, but the attached fetch.ipynb notebook shows how I downloaded the data, which you can access in the files tab.
I downloaded the posts for each day for the last 6 months and how many votes they recieved.
So here we can see that on an average day about 100 posts are submitted, but there is a lot less activity on the weekend, lets plot the total posts per day of the week.
Yup - a lot less activity on Friday and the weekend, probably because people are away from their desks. Let's look at the votes.
Please note these are only the votes made on the day of posting, as that is what a product's ranking on any given day.
No suprises here, same pattern, about 2000 votes made on a typical day and less votes on the weekend.
This is the most interesting graph - on the x axis we how many vote a post got, and the y is how many posts how that number of votes. I've cut the y axis at 50 because over 600 posts only got 2 votes, so it dwarfs the rest of the chart.