I found some pretty interesting data here and here and here and decided to visualise it. I should have been doing something else but I didn’t want to. I wanted to see a dashboard. Procrastination level data-lover.
Working with a Terminal (Command Line) makes me feel cool. Like a hacker. Or a proper IT gal. Like someone who knows what they’re doing. 🙂
When I find new toys to play with, I prepare a proper playground. It’s called a virtual environment and it’s pretty useful. But why? What is it good for?
I love gathering data about myself. That’s why I fill my Excel table with my mood, leisure activities, travels and other stuff. It’s amazing to see how many places I visited in 2018. And even more exciting to visualize it with Tableau. 🙂
There are more than a hundred million posts uploaded every single day on Instagram. More than 4 billion likes a day by half a billion users. Fifty nine percent of internet users between the age of 18 and 29 have an active Instagram account. More than 70% of teenagers use Instagram. Even if it dies out like MySpace one day, right now Instagram is definitely one of the best online places where to target young audience. [Sources: Age Distribution, Teens]
When writing an article about Czech political influencers, I came across some pretty interesting numbers. I was honestly surprised I haven’t found any data analysis covering this so I decided to do it myself (with lots of Jiri‘s help – he’s my data guru and coding mentor 🙂 ). Continue reading “Instagram Scraping with Python”
I love import random. It’s the only uncertainty I really enjoy in my life. Along with a single line for loop it’s one of the things I’ve kind of mastered (ehm) when learning Python. Also, combining technology and language is fun! Yes, it’s just a few lines of very novice code but I love it anyway. 🙂 Continue reading “Randomly Generated Poetry in Python”
When finishing my Digital Academy Project, I spent too much time figuring out how to make Tableau visualisations work with WordPress. It should have been be easy – Tableau gives you an Embed Code that should work smoothly. Well, it doesn’t.