Posts tagged recreation

Visualizing Dropped Video Frames

Welcome back, everyone! This week on Cameron’s Corner, I’m going to get a bit creative. I want to take you through my process for optimizing the (many) Python instruction videos I make.

But, first, I want to let you know about my upcoming seminar, “Arrow & In-Memory Data”! This seminar is designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of Arrow and its interface with PyArrow, a Python library for working with Arrow data structures.

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Dataviz Makeover

Hello, everyone! Two weeks ago, I re-created a data visualization I found online and I had so much fun that I decided to do it again! This week I’m recreating another visualization from Data is Beautiful on Reddit.

But, before we get started, I want to let you know about my seminar coming up next week, “Understanding Textual,” which is part of our Investigating the Hype seminar series! This series offers an in-depth exploration of different software that will help make your code more efficient. We’ll dive into Textual, DuckDB, Polars, and Apache Arrow and see if they’re really worth all the hype! I have some great things planned, so you won’t want to miss it!

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Business Jet Demand In North America

Hello, everyone! This week, I’m recreating a visualization from Data is Beautiful on Reddit.

Before I get started, I want to remind you of the final part of the Correctness seminar series, “How do I Check that my Data and Analyses are Correct?”. We’ll join James Powell as he unravels the art of performing data analysis with confidence in Python. Explore the challenges of data analysis pipelines and learn how to write robust analyses that have observable hooks. Discover methods for data cleaning and validation to avoid silent errors that can pollute your results.

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