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Internet of Me by Jerad Acosta

A place to reference, recite, rinse and repeat my efforts, failures, thoughts and progress, delusions and regressions, but mostly a sandbox for whoever I am at the moment. Perhaps I'll occasionally enjoy the reminiscing with the castles or taking census of the endless games of tic-tac-toe etched in my box.

  1. Notebook Basics

    In my Jupyter and iPython Data adventures I find having access to this information expedites my work and thus belongs somewhere easy to keep.

    What is a Jupyter notebook?

  2. Python Dates and Times

    Python Dates and Times

  3. Reading and Writing CSV files in Python

    Reading and Writing CSV files in Python

    Note: This was created in a Jupyter notebook then saved as a markdown file. …

  4. Open Your Computer's Vision with videoplayR

    Work in Progress

    As a work in progress this should be along with quite a few other posts here in my _drafts folder. However, for this one, I remote access to its current state for other project I have going on. (I have no excuse for the myriad of other unfinished drafts in my _posts directory but I do have hopes that I’ll get around to them - It’s just that greedy habit of mine to prioritize learning and experience over sharing and teaching. I love ‘em all but time only permits about the top 1.5 ~ 2% of...…

  5. R on Jupyter

    Trying to setup an environment with an R kernel via conda for use with a Jupyter Notebook I ran into a problem that all but stopped me from progressing. Normally a few permutations of a decent google-ing would suffice but not tonight. Merging a few new technology I was very interested in with one a love dearly, I knew I was just over my head but my fascination with the problem combined with an incredible lack of patience to sit through a drawn out forum conversation or GitHub request - of which there were already multiple making no progress.

  6. Python Basics

    Every programming language has specific words and rules for using them which we call syntax. Some languages also have rules about how the code should look. Python has both of these!

    Blocks, Variables and Functions