I Discovered Jupyter

When I have been writing about the MBTI data analysis, I was wondering if there is a better way to present what was I doing. But there is nothing that I found at the time, so I just continued to do, what I have done so far.

But I have to be honest, I doubt that most people would take the necessary the to try and figure out what I was doing. Which I fine, as I mostly did it for my learning.

But now I am taking a Data Mining course. Since I am at the economics and business university, they can not expect that people will be master programmers.

Well, at least we are programming, so that is a positive side.

So in order to make programming easier, they suggested Jupyter. Well, we can discuss if it actually makes programming easier. I think it might make it harder, because the linearity is lost and there can be a lot more problems with the variables.

But I have to admit that it is easier to read than the plain code. And this is one of the things that I am planing to use a lot in a future.

So I started a sort of github for my Data Analysis projects. Which you can find here. Since I imagine I am going to be mostly having small projects first, I decided to try to use Jupyter. And maybe this will make it readable enough, that some people might actually get something from it.

You can find the repository with data analysis here. Check it out.