3D Gradient Descent in Python

Posted by Jack McKew on Wed 26 February 2020 in Python • Tagged with python, visualisation, generative • 40 min read

Visualising gradient descent in 3 dimensions

Building upon our terrain generator from the blog post: https://jackmckew.dev/3d-terrain-in-python.html, today we will implement a demonstration of how gradient descent behaves in 3 dimensions and produce an interactive visualisation similar to the terrain visualisation. Note that my understanding of gradient …


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3D Terrain in Python

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 24 January 2020 in Python • Tagged with python, visualisation, generative • 21 min read

Generating & Visualising 3D Terrains in Python

Today, let's put together a 3D visualisation of randomly generated 'terrain' with Python. Data visualisation is an absolutely key skill in any developers pocket, as communicating both data, analysis and more is thoroughly simplified through the use of graphs. While a picture tells a …


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Intro To GeoPandas

Posted by Jack McKew on Wed 15 January 2020 in Python • Tagged with python, visualisation • 6 min read

Pandas for geospatial data

Personally whenever I am faced with a problem that involves analysing geospatial data, GeoPandas is the first tool/package I reach for. Extending on the Pandas dataframe data structure, GeoPandas brings functionality for working with points, polygons and more out of the box. This post is …


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