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    Programming Environments and an intro to Anaconda

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    Most of my experience in programming so far has been on my own, or at least as the lone programmer on site. Now I am about to start working more with people that are at (or more likely beyond) my capabilities. Part of the start of this journey is going to require everyone […]

    DataCamp Python Projects

    From Cholera to Kardashians

    Here is a link to some of the various projects I’ve done with DataCamp. These are guided projects with a variety of topics, with some of my favorites being, extracting stock sentiment from the news, predicting honey bees from bumble bees from images using deep learning, the discovery of […]

    My First Jupyter Notebook!, and some code for Excel users

    This is my first Jupyter Notebook, and I thought I’d do something very basic. Some very simple tools to help someone start using pandas DataFrames with Excel files. The file is a very, very, abbreviated Excel file of geochem data (some trace elements), from Nancy Normore. The data is a few samples of breccias […]

    Should Geologists Learn to Code? What are the benefits of programming

    First off, I would like to reference and thank Michael Pyrcz, Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Austin. He has a number of lectures on YouTube which are a great resource in geostatistics and subsurface modelling. You can check them out here!

    I’m sure it comes as no surprise to anyone, that […]