Recently I started thinking about building my son a hifi system for his birthday. Not a system with expensive separates though. I thought I would go the way of building from base components, to make it easily repairable and upgradeable. The Raspberry
The John Snow data of the Soho (a central district of London) cholera outbreak of 1854 is a classic study for those learning data visualisation. Snow is recognized as one of the founders of modern epidemiology (I learn that some also consider him
Yesterday, I went looking for a tool that could test my mathematical gaps. I was hoping to identify areas I should work on. Data analysis and programming makes varying demands on your mathematical skills, ranging from the very basics of logic to
I finally got around to retiring some old software called Aperture that Apple have been in the process of dropping for sometime. I’d been dreading the process of importing thousands of images taken over the last 10 years, mainly in Africa. I
So with my new Jupyter Notebook setup and taking some data prepared by a political scientist called Prof. Chris Hanretty of Royal Holloway (linked to here on Harvard academic Pippa Norris‘s website) I set about doing quite a bit of crunching on
I recently set up a headless RaspberryPi 3 to act as aJupyter Notebook server on my local network. I needed an easy and quick way to keep to rapidly do spots of data science work and practice from the command line and
A simple space to share the things I’m interested in and working on.