Tag: command line

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

SQL for Data Analysis – Tutorial for Beginners – ep2

This is the second episode of my SQL for Data Analysis (for beginners) series and today I’ll show you every tiny little details of the SQL WHERE clause….

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

How to install SQL Workbench for postgreSQL

In my previous SQL for data analysis tutorial I’ve briefly mentioned, that I prefer SQL Workbench over pgadmin4 for SQL querying. Today I will show you, how you can install it…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

SQL for Data Analysis – Tutorial for Beginners – ep1

SQL is a must, if you want to be a Data Analyst or a Data Scientist. I have worked with many online businesses in the last few years…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

Data Coding 101 – Intro to Bash – ep6 (last episode)

This is the last piece of my “Data Coding 101: Introduction to Bash” series, where I introduce the very basics of how to use the command line for…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

Data Coding 101 – Intro To Bash – ep5

In this article I will show you 3 data coding concepts, that won’t only be useful in bash, but Python and R as well! Today we will go…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

Data Coding 101 – Intro To Bash – ep4 (with video)

Data Coding in Bash – this is episode 4! Let’s continue with some basic bash best practices. Today I’ll show you 9 tips, that will make your data coding…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

Data Coding 101 – Introduction To Bash – ep3

This is third episode of my Data Coding in Bash series, here on data36.com! We’ve already set up a fully functioning data server, have learnt the basic orientation…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

Data Coding 101 – Introduction to Bash – ep2

It’s time to continue with learning data science and data coding in Bash! Last time I covered the very basic orientation commands. Now moving on with the most…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

Data Coding 101 – Introduction to Bash – ep1

Note: to get the most out of this article, you should not just read, but actually do the coding part with me! If you don’t have the data…

Startup Data Tools - Chapter 4

The Data Analyst’s Toolset (UPDATED: Aug, 2017)

In this post I collect the best data – and UX-research – tools and I break them down into 3 categories: 1. The baby steps: this is for you, if…