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Python and Data Science: Update

It’s been a month since I finished my edX class and I wanted to provide a quick(ish) update. Since I completed the course I’ve: Installed the Anaconda python package on my laptop. It includes a very nice editor called Spyder … Continue reading

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Microsoft: DAT208x Introduction to Python for Data Science – COMPLETED

Today I completed the self paced EdX class Microsoft: DAT208x Introduction to Python for Data Science. My last push included Module 6, the intriguingly titled “Control flow and Pandas” followed by an accidental completion of the final exam. More about that … Continue reading

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Microsoft: DAT208x Introduction to Python for Data Science: Module 5 Matplotlib

Today I completed Module 5 of the self paced EdX class Microsoft: DAT208x Introduction to Python for Data Science – Matplotlib. As you might guess from the title of this module, it was all about plotting data. I learned how to do line … Continue reading

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From the Desk of ALA: 9/12/2014 Executive Director Report Highlights

On 9/12/2014, American Library Association (ALA) Executive Director Keith Michael Fiels sent out his 19 page “Report to [ALA] Council and Executive Board.” The full report will eventually be posted to the 2013-2014 Executive Board Documents page on the ALA website. … Continue reading

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