Translating Text in Python

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 29 May 2020 in Data Science • Tagged with datascience, python • 9 min read

Working with data in a connected digital world, means you will possibly encounter data in a language outside your own. In this post we'll go into ways to translate this data in Python.

First off we need some sample text, and what is better to read about then pizza!

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Creating Animated Plots with Pandas_Alive

Posted by Jack McKew on Thu 21 May 2020 in Data Science • Tagged with datascience, python, data-viz, datavisualisation • 5 min read

In this tutorial we'll learn how to create a series of animations using Pandas_Alive. This post is rendered in the style of a Jupyter Notebook. Find the source here: https://github.com/JackMcKew/jackmckew.dev/tree/master/content/2020/pandas_alive/notebooks/pandas_alive_demo.ipynb.

Pandas_Alive was created by me! I set …


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COVID-19 Confirmed Cases NSW Australia - Animated Statistics over Time

Posted by Jack McKew on Thu 14 May 2020 in Data Science • Tagged with datascience, python, data-viz, datavisualiation • 1 min read

Recently, I had wanted to build a visualisation of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in my home state NSW. This post is to cover the release of the visualisation on YouTube, and there is hopes to write future post(s) about building this visualisation & developing Pandas_Alive. Would love to hear …


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Looking for Patterns in City Names & Interactive Plotting

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 16 August 2019 in Python • Tagged with python, datascience • 5 min read

Recently, I was traveling around New Zealand, and noticed in the Maori language they use letters back to back a lot like in the original Maori name for Stratford ("whakaahurangi"). So as any normal person does, I thought, well what town has the most repeated letters, and the idea for …


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