I found your article very interesting.
I have worked with crime data and analysis previously. Very interesting what data and analysis can tell you about a situation if you know how to use it and know what questions to ask.
Thanks for the heads-up on pathlib. But, one point on the pre-pathlib behavior of open() et al: It’s in Windows itself, not just on the Python level, that both slash and backslash are recognized as path separators. Slash works this way in most contexts in Windows, except for the command line. (There also is, or used to be — I can’t find it now — a…
I‘m working currently on a project which core part is Natural Language Processing. I use spaCy python library(maybe in another post I’ll write sth about this great NLP lib) and first need which appeared in my tasks is possibility to check if…
This is the best technical post I’ve ever read in my entire life!
It’s a practical, visually and step-by-step explanation of such an awfully complicated subject.