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Sam Aiken
@SamAI-Software
NA is grey
So yeah, my yesterday's statement about "Coders with big experience have less job preferences"was wrong :(
@evaristoc, but still, tell me please how to do custom legend or just add NA into the legend, if you know.
Quincy Larson
@QuincyLarson
@SamAI-Software great work with these charts! Yes - explore the data first, then convert to D3. I think these stacked bar charts are a good way to go for a lot of visualization, though they aren't as exciting as, say, a force-directed graph ;)
@evaristoc as always, thanks for the great weekly digest!
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evaristoc
@evaristoc

@SamAI-Software

  • about finding the 5 questions :+1: ! that is also the good thing about exploring the data :)
  • about just showing results: yeah. the work is still wonderful.
  • about NA: just a quick thinking... I would copy the column and substitute NA with another category instead ("if (value = NA) then (value = "NA")). Then I could have some control on that too...

@jacobborges
I am interested, although I might not be on pace for any other training at the moment... can you tell me why you are into multilinear algebra and where, how, etc is the training you want to follow?

Sam Aiken
@SamAI-Software
("if (value = NA) then (value = "NA")) @evaristoc nice idea!
evaristoc
@evaristoc
:+1: let me know if it works for you, anyway...
Sam Aiken
@SamAI-Software
For now I just don't show NA's, but later on I might come back to that issue
Sam Aiken
@SamAI-Software

About how many hours do you spend learning each week?

  • Almost half (47%) of coders with 5+ years of experience who already work as software developers still spend at least 10 hours each week learning programming.
FreeCodeCamp/2016-new-coder-survey#40
1.3.1 HoursRange by MonthsRange & IsSoftwareDev (1080).jpeg
Please feel free to correct my English (or data)!
Daniel
@profoundhub
@SamAI-Software looks good to me
bitgrower
@bitgrower
Do we have something which looks at what strings @camperbot returns "nothing found" for on help/wiki/etc ?
evaristoc
@evaristoc
@SamAI-Software Excellent, man! Few days and you are going to exhaust all the possible questions about what can be done with that dataset!! :) :)
But really: nice...
Advice for the last one? Easy: show the proportions and look for a way to report the n per category somewhere else? Perhaps in the sub-title of the figures...
Proportions instead of total counts for this one will allow cross-comparisons (a simple way to standardise the data...)
evaristoc
@evaristoc
@SamAI-Software I was suggesting "conditional" proportions (I think it is x% | Time,SD?), not the simple ones.
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@zcassini

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evaristoc
@evaristoc
Got it... new book I have... thanks!!
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
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evaristoc
@evaristoc
good one... the offer is fantastic! great they are sharing that way!
Guess... python and d3js: both things I am working on... AND social network analysis, etc... good...
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
Chapter 9. Modeling Infectious Disease with Cellular Automata sounds interesting. will be a while before i have a chance to read this though
evaristoc
@evaristoc
Models of spreading diseases by assuming kind of random modelling... similar to the "Game of Life" we are building here...
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
Eavaristoc's Game of Life.
evaristoc
@evaristoc
The Life is a Game, man!
It is why you have to take your chances... and if a book is for free... Go for it!
Yeah...
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
Wish I had checked ealrier so more people could get it.
evaristoc
@evaristoc
Did you get your copy?
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
yep
evaristoc
@evaristoc
Well, now you are seriously part of this group so no excuse, man!
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
maybe should do a /all broadcast
evaristoc
@evaristoc
(not allow, sorry...)
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
thats oka
evaristoc
@evaristoc
I tried to share with some people by PM... let's see if reach some...
@zcassini if you have any question about the topics let me know.
Going to bed now!
Zac Cassini
@zcassini
@evaristoc alright. take it easy
evaristoc
@evaristoc
See you around, @zcassini
Sam Aiken
@SamAI-Software

Advice for the last one? Easy: show the proportions and look for a way to report the n per category somewhere else? Perhaps in the sub-title of the figures...
Proportions instead of total counts for this one will allow cross-comparisons (a simple way to standardise the data...)

Not totally sure what do you mean...

stacked bars proportions 2.png
Did you mean anything like that?
@evaristoc
evaristoc
@evaristoc
@SamAI-Software yep... but without the percentage labelling inserted in the boxes: unclear info. It would be a column per HoursLearning per softwareYesNo. You have to provide the sub-sample n per segment somewhere to indicate that some of them didn't get big samples (eg. softwareYesNo = Yes, time. HoursLearning < 11h). Be aware that that includes those who are not studying... It would be interesting to evaluate those breaks so they are more characteristic: what is the minimal time of HoursLearning so you can say the person is really having time to study? Or better said: is there a characteristic time to indicate that the person is studying one topic per week, several topics per week, or even going to a full time training? However, your breaks are good enough!
Sam Aiken
@SamAI-Software

what is the minimal time of HoursLearning so you can say the person is really having time to study?

Yeah, I know this problem. We don't have any minimum value, because some people don't study at all. Excluding them would be not the best idea..

Anyway, working on graphics all day long, hope to show smth interesting in a few hours
@evaristoc btw, do you know how to reverse X axis? Because scale_x_reverse() gives me an error...