practicalli

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practicalli-john 2020-04-19T07:58:32.031300Z

All the getting started with data science visualization videos are in the following playlist. I cover some basics of data extraction and transformation (clojure.data.csv, semantic-csv, metosin/jasonista), repl visualisation with ascii-graph and visualization with Oz (vega-lite). https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpr9V-R8ZxiDUXIR2z8Y8wvhpoPyl0t_D

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practicalli-john 2020-04-19T17:53:33.033900Z

I am considering what to do for next weeks broadcast. so any feedback is appreciated. There are two main options below, feel free to thumbs up, heart or any other (tasteful) reaction. Or feel free to suggest ideas too. I will get around to component lifecycle libraries at some point, but not this month.

practicalli-john 2020-04-19T17:53:35.034Z

There is work to refactor the code of the Covid dashboard and create a full dashboard, perhaps with a simpler way to us updated data from http://gov.uk.

practicalli-john 2020-04-19T17:54:00.034300Z

I was also considering looking at spec (version 1 not version2, as its still seems changeable). I think there are several broadcasts worth of material to cover on spec (what it is, how to use it, common practices, combining spec with tests). I am also considering using spec for the views I create with Oz, so that I know I am creating something that works with vega.