One of the funnest (and most frustrating) parts of data science is the vast array of tools available to us.
When a UFC match ends with a knock-out or submission there is never any doubt who the better fighter was.
During my Masters of Data Science I was often working on many GitHub repos at the same time.
Background Jupyter Notebooks are an awesome tool. The standard way to open a Jupyter Notebook is from the command line.
I love using Plotly to build interactive visualizations. The syntax is very similar across R and Python, and plots looks great.
With a few spare days between finishing work and starting a masters program at UBC I was keen to experience some adventure before going back to school.
Here are a handful of videos that inspired me to get out there, buy a surfboard and surf the Great Lakes.
While studying abroad in Istanbul I took my semester break to travel to Portugal and cycle from Lisbon to Faro.
After 4 years of school at Queen’s University I was at last done.
The summer of 2013 I and my friends Cory Babiak, Taylor Jenkins, and Jose Pauig ran across PEI.