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Four short links: 5 October 2016

RedShift Queries, Interactive Python, Memory Enhancement, and Taiwanese Digital Democracy Aleph -- query-driven front end for RedShift, which lets you share queries via github to accrete institutional knowledge about how to make sense of the data (to solve the problem that if you have three people independently querying the database, you will have five definitions of "customer," "sale," and "hit").
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