These are chat archives for FreeCodeCamp/DataScience

5th
May 2016
Quincy Larson
@QuincyLarson
May 05 2016 00:38
@erictleung Awesome - thanks for the update
CamperBot
@camperbot
May 05 2016 00:38
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Vietnamese Donkey
@vietnamkong
May 05 2016 00:39
:+1:
Jason Boxman
@jboxman
May 05 2016 01:46
Sweet!
Kristin Drysdale
@kymanikd
May 05 2016 05:24
As it should, @QuincyLarson ! This is a large sample and quite useful to a wide range of folk → those who are looking to teach as well as those who may be on the fence considering whether or not they should go for following their dreams. Congrats on the well-deserved smiles!
Mariya
@mariyadiminsky
May 05 2016 06:09
Anyone looking to learn ES6 consider following this series :) https://medium.freecodecamp.com/learn-es6-the-dope-way-i-const-let-var-ae828580472b#.fd4f3b82y
Quincy Larson
@QuincyLarson
May 05 2016 06:09
@kymanikd thanks for your kind words. Yes - if anything I can say that the results so far are extremely vindicating of my original hypothesis 4 years ago that there was a wide array of people who were underserved by technology education. This said, I am going to wait for a much more detailed analysis before I go into the basement and try to build a time machine to send these results back to myself ;)
CamperBot
@camperbot
May 05 2016 06:09
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Quincy Larson
@QuincyLarson
May 05 2016 06:12
@zydecat Yes - you can most certainly use these data for your dissertation. Our hope in opening these data up with the Open Database License is that they will be useful to researchers at universities, foundations, and even for-profit organizations. Here's the full license if you're curious: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl/summary/
Kristin Drysdale
@kymanikd
May 05 2016 06:13
Haha - yes, @QuincyLarson. Thank you for that! Otherwise we might get some strange morlocks roaming around. (Ultimate penalty for incomplete analysis!) Lol
CamperBot
@camperbot
May 05 2016 06:13
kymanikd sends brownie points to @quincylarson :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
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Quincy Larson
@QuincyLarson
May 05 2016 06:13
@kymanikd lol :)
Half expecting them to start playing Ramones songs
Kristin Drysdale
@kymanikd
May 05 2016 06:14
You're quick! Yes, please keep them away at all costs!
Jalem Raj Rohit
@Dawny33
May 05 2016 07:46
Hi folks. I am a data scientist from India. I lead the data science and analytics teams of Zomato. Would love to know how can I help :)
I am also learning Javascript from FCC in my free time, and loving it already!
Vietnamese Donkey
@vietnamkong
May 05 2016 07:56
Welcome @Dawny33 :smiley:
Victor
@Evaderei
May 05 2016 08:09
So I have 20 lines of a twitter stream, each line of the stream is in json format but they're also embedded within a b' '. What should I do? Regex the b ' ' (byte wrapper) out?
elias vergos
@tufonas
May 05 2016 13:17
Hello guys,did anyone know how can i get a python variable from a html file with request function.To be more clear,i have a python .py file and a html file.In the html code i have a small code of python,only variable and i want to get these variable from .html to .py with request function.
Eric Leung
@erictleung
May 05 2016 16:07

@Evaderei I've never dealt with Twitter stream data but if the JSON is embedded in that string, I guess I would strip it out. Can you paste a line or two to give us a sense of what it looks like?

@tufonas is the request function from a package? Based on what you've said, I'd look for the tags that the python code is between and then parse that. Can you give us a sample of the HTML you are trying to parse?