And this is the map of Melbourne (taken from Wikipedia)
More data visualization for my students.
Now in a Hexbin graph just for making it better looking.
I'm starting to love Pandas.
The graph shows the house prices in Melbourne.
Today with my students:
- You can also plot the whole thang in a Lat-Lon vs Price graph
- That's too difficult!
One hour later I send them an email with this picture and saying:
I just spent less than 1h on this stuff. It's not perfect but it works. Give a try to the dataset and try to infer some cool stats from it. It's a lot of fun and you'll feel you are improving a lot. Good luck!
(data is the price of the houses in Melbourne, it's taken from Kaggle)
I made this in 50 minutes.
I have full length screencast but I won't share it.
I'll work more on this kind of stuff.
FREE AS IN FREEDOM
I can push even further in a couple of minutes:
I can push that to the limit:
More generative art shit.
I'm having fun.
What I did! Holy fuck!
This is how I correct exams:
"I happy to see you learned stuff. I'm very proud of you."
GitLab says the deploy failed but it works perfectly....
I don't understand.
Anyway, new version up and running with a lot of new stuff:
This is how the post-viewer looks with @CaptainBragd 's art.
Testing the software works