“From what I observed in most people getting into technology and how the learn using various approaches, I consolidated the main reasons why I feel people give up learning technology (be it Data Science or other IT-related fields).”
She also tested an additional, more complex filter, investigated the messages classified wrongly to find their common features, displayed the 100 most “spamish” words on a word cloud and explored patterns in them.
I have had the opportunity to get to know Otávio as the helpful Community Moderator and an amazing writer. So, reading his success story makes me so incredibly happy!
“I use Python and SQL on a daily basis. These skills not only helped me get the job, but they are also helping me to stand out in the company. So yes, the process was worth it and the hard work paid off.”
“In this article, we looked at how we can invest our wealth to get the maximum possible returns. We discussed the Modern Portfolio Theory and showed how it helps us answer the question, “How should we invest our wealth?”, by estimating the maximum return for each risk profile.”
It stands out for its very thorough data analysis, smooth and capturing storytelling like reading a book, incredible background research supplemented with amazing pictures and demonstrating a huge curiosity of Bruce to the topic.
“In this blog post, I will analyze 2019 corporate carbon emissions data from South Korea’s Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Research Center in combination with the K-ETS CO2 permit allocation data provided by Newstapa.”
She tested various guided and extra approaches searching for a successful strategy, experimented with different stop word lists, considered 50 most common words rather than 10 random, and analyzed frequencies of the most popular categories.
Here he conducted a very thorough analysis, added awesome insightful visualizations and images, made interesting observations, and listed the most frequent questions, apart from the most frequent tags.
Guided Project reviewers
Finally, this week I want to call out @Edelberth and @brayanopiyo18 for providing helpful feedback on some of the Guided Projects shared by their peers.
Apart from amazing and informative graphs and a profound statistical analysis, the project stands out for its appealing project title, interesting critics of data gathering process, individual approach to select a significant control group, curious observations and especially conclusion.
Even though this was his first guided project, it is well-structured, has an attractive title, clean code, demonstrates interesting observations and original conclusion. What’s more, @brucemcminn efficiently applied suggestions from the Community and updated his project accordingly!
Thank you nityesh for investing your time in reading over my project reports.
I appreciate your feedback very much.
For the most part, it has been enjoyable to take on the wide range of challenging Guided Projects presented as part of my learning process!