Well, somehow it’s May and I’ve yet to share anything new. I’m a bit behind my goal of 12 posts for the year but I suppose there’s still time! Since starting at Pinterest, I’ve found myself putting down R and using much more Python. We have an awesome Jupyter setup with some internal libraries, notebook … Continue reading My Top 3 Methods & Functions From Pandas & Numpy
Wow, somehow it’s already the end of January and I’m already behind on one my goals for this year. The end of 2018 was a whirlwind for me. I traveled abroad with some of my best friends, got engaged, turned 30, and left my job at Fetch for a new role at Pinterest. Considering it … Continue reading 2019 Update
How many times have you said something you’ve later regretted? On top of that, how many times have you’ve posted something on Social Media that you’ve later regretted? Unfortunately, it’s probably happened to just about everyone and to make things just a bit worse, just about everything is saved on Social Media. Athletes such as … Continue reading Finding Problematic Tweets with Tweepy
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been making an effort to use git a bit more. I found myself writing scripts, making minor tweaks here and there, and then saving them as V2 or V3 and so on. This became a bit troublesome because I kept forgetting what changes I have made and others using … Continue reading Git and GitHub
I finally got around to doing some Text Analysis on my WhatsApp group chat using R. Here's what I found.
Ever since I realized I could export a WhatsApp group chat, I thought it would be cool to do a little analysis on the messages. Some of my best friends and I have been in a group chat since late 2014, October 20th, to be exact. Since then, a day hasn’t gone by where someone … Continue reading The group chat is LIT! Parsing WhatsApp with Python, R , & Tableau
YouTube is one of my favorite resources on the Internet. While there are plenty of good blogs and articles related to data analysis and programming, there’s nothing like a good how-to video. A few weeks ago, YouTube suggested Corey Schafer’s channel to me. Corey has a bunch of great python and linux/mac videos and I’ve … Continue reading Moving Files with Python