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A pretty picture to catch your eye.

Thank you.

The vanilla pandas way (the boring way)


Want to show off your portfolio? Maybe you need a page for your online resumé or CV? Maybe you want to demo a web development project?

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https://nistrup.github.io/

This is what we’ll be doing:

  • Setting up a GitHub Pages website from scratch.
  • Adding a template to make it look pretty.

Before starting we do have a few prerequisites:

  • A GitHub account.
  • A terminal.
  • Very limited experience with Git and general HTML editing. (I refuse to call it “HTML programming”)

Step 1, Create a repository


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Everyone likes a low-tech ominous progress bar

Introducing tqdm


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A pretty picture to catch your eye.

Thank you (…again)


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A pretty picture to catch your eye.
  1. String manipulation
  2. List comprehension
  3. lambda & map()
  4. if, elif and else condition one-liners
  5. zip()

# 1: String manipulation


A single function to read, update, save and gather data.

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A non-exhaustive list of my favourite sources of Data Science content, enjoy!

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  • Podcasts
  • Blogs
  • General

Podcasts


A single function to read, update, save, and gather data

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What we’ll be doing:

  • Setting up WSL (with optional ZSH and Oh-my-zsh)
  • Setting up Anaconda.
  • Setting up a customizable Jupyter Notebook environment.

Setting up WSL


Why you should always save your data as .npy instead of .csv

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An accurate depiction of the feeling you get when loading data from .npy files.

Introduction

The TL;DR:

About

Peter Nistrup

DATA SCIENCE, STATISTICS & AI … Twitter: @PeterNistrup, LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/peter-nistrup/

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