I have been working with Python — primarily Pandas — for a good few years now and I love it; it is simple enough to use and there are ample ways to conduct immensely complex data modelling for any requirements.
However, it may be a bit primitive of me to claim to know Python if all I have ever done was mostly
read_csv, filtering, and groupby. Hence, in order to not look like an inept around more seasoned Python programmers I decided to dig a little bit at the Pandas source code to find out how things work under the…
With the tide of Covid-19 spreading across the world like nightfall in an evening of a rapidly setting sun, I find myself with some time and inspiration at hand. It has been a while since I posted anything on Medium, and its great to be back writing again.
Link to demo site.
Link to github repo.
This is an exploratory project, a way for an individuals like myself who came from a data analyst background (or any other background for that matter) to fondle around with some web development.
In this post, I will be reflecting on major takeaways/thought processes…
As my winter exchange programme in Europe is coming to an end, reality dawned upon me: I needed to find a new apartment to stay in Singapore.
This is simple! All I have to do is go on to these websites and essentially key in a few search parameters to find my optimal apartment. Having rented units previously, this process is fairly familiar and comfortable. …
(Edit: I recently replicated the entire project on Python, link to GitHub repo is here!)
For my first ever post, I would like to just touch on a forecasting project that I worked on during the summer of 2018. It was a delightful process, and a very intriguing one at that. In light of several educational enlightenments that I had during my winter exchange programme in Vienna (and basically a lot of free time in my hands), I have decided to do a short writeup on my results. …