There is plenty of online resources to download and get data. As an analytic person with a passion for data analysis, I am always looking for relevant, publicly available data and explore it for interesting information. One reliable (and official) source of aviation data is Civil Aviation Authorities.
(A warning: I chose aviation data because it is something I can understand and get inferences. Data professionals can manipulate any kind of data, but not automatically understand what’s behind it or transform it into useful insights).
The Brazilian Civil Aviation Authority (ANAC) manages and publishes sets of databases with sets of flights, registered personnel and aircraft information. For this article, we will take a look of the data found in the Brazilian Aircraft Registry (Registro Aeronáutico Brasileiro — RAB). …