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Hi. As mentioned in my previous article, I am now sharing the intermediate part of the Python Tutorial series. I decided to split this part up into 2. Part 1 covers:1. Data Types [list, tuple, dictionary, set, frozenset]2. Conditional statements and loops [if-elif-else, for, while, break, continue]3. File IO [read, write, append, close]4. Exception HandlingContinue reading A Not-so-Quick-but-Conceptual guide to Python — Notebook | Intermediate | Part 1
Explanation of second step in EDA using in-time problem.
Getting traffic, vehicle used, location and journey time from Google Maps. Integrating these factors for in-time problem.
Hi there. My name is Tamoghna Saha. For my bio, you can take a look at my LinkedIn profile or my GitHub account, but if you are wondering “who the hell is this guy in Harsha’s website?” , then I am (also) Harsha’s roomie! He told me to take up the initiative of writing articlesContinue reading Get started with Python | Notebook for Beginner’s level
Class size paradox Harsha Achyuthuni December 1, 2018 Introduction Discussed in this notebook: 1. Class size paradox 2. Web scraping in R When I was joining my first job after college, my classmates from college who joined along with me were of great help. The alumni of my college assisted me especially during the initialContinue reading Class size paradox
Explaining the first step in EDA using in-time problem.
Last week time spent ■ Cleaning data ■ Formulating hypothesis ■ EDA ■ Actual analytics One of the ways of plotting numerical proportions in statistics is by using the donut chart. In the above example, the time I spent working on a problem in the last week is shown. Although I recommend using D3, PlotlyContinue reading Donut chart using pure CSS and HTML
This blog is the third part of a 3 part series on NX journalling The aim of this blog post is to open an excel window from NX and exporting properties from workPart.Dimensions to excel. Continuing from the previous post, we could write the following program The following code can also be found at https://github.com/HarshaAsh/NXBasics Option Strict OffContinue reading Exporting dimensions to Excel from NX
This blog is the second part of a 3 part series on NX journalling The aim of this blog post is to display dimensions of a part Part dimensions will be stored in workPart.Dimensions and can be displayed on a listing window. Continuing from the previous post, we could write the following program Imports System ImportsContinue reading Getting the dimensions of the selected Part