These are chat archives for FreeCodeCamp/DataScience

12th
Nov 2017
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Nov 12 2017 00:41
Presentation went okay if you ignore the fact that I didn't even mention data binding which... Y'know... It's what makes D3 what it is and is the single most important thing to understand about D3.........
I feel pretty stupid. I'm so mad.
Josh Goldberg
@GoldbergData
Nov 12 2017 00:56
@becausealice2 Don’t beat yourself up. Things are typically not a bad (or good) as we think them to be in the moment or immediately following. We exaggerate.
@becausealice2 I’m sure you did fine. Note any mistakes and move on to the next big thing :).
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Nov 12 2017 01:32
Awwww thanks :)
Josh Goldberg
@GoldbergData
Nov 12 2017 01:32
You’re welcome. 😊
Tidjon
@ngatilio
Nov 12 2017 04:42
Hi geek :smile:
Nick
@hailnick
Nov 12 2017 05:51
hey guys
does anyone have a job in data scienc?
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Nov 12 2017 08:19
I kinda do. What's up?
evaristoc
@evaristoc
Nov 12 2017 10:55

People:

Letting you know about the most recent changes in the open-data repo. Please check?

We have being in contact with people at Kaggle to see how we can deliver our open datasets to a wider community of truly enthusiastic students / data analysts / data scientists. Kaggle has shown interest in our project.

Meanwhile please keep contributing!!

evaristoc
@evaristoc
Nov 12 2017 11:00

@GoldbergData The book is ok to start, as well as some usual links. Sorry my connection is poor today and I can suggest any link but they are easy to find.

But if you want to learn more advanced d3js coding you should eventually learn more about the modular pattern in JS. A still popular way to code in d3.js is called the "reusable pattern", which is no more than a form of the modular pattern.

Josh Goldberg
@GoldbergData
Nov 12 2017 12:30
@evaristoc I see. That’s fine. Is a reusable pattern just using someone else’s code and applying your own spin and learning from that? I will check into this FFc this week
@hailnick I kind of do. I work with data.