Tag: data coding

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…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

When and why to build your own data tools?

For the record: I’m a big supporter of the third-party data services (eg. Google Analytics, Hotjar, Crazyegg, Optimizely, Mixpanel, etc.). I like them, because they are easy to…

Growing Up Data Tools - Chapter 5

Data Coding 101 – How to install Python, SQL, R and Bash (for non-devs)

The ultimate step by step guide – for non-developers and wannabe data scientists! This is how to install R, Python, SQL and Bash in 30 minutes and start learning…