Lynx Roundup, April 22nd 2020 Designer’s guide to visualizing text datasets! Discontinuous ranges in Python! Optimizing NumPy for speed! Matthew Alhonte 22 Apr 2020 I Worked at Capital One for Five Years. This Is How We Justified Piling Debt on Poor Customers.The subprime lending giant is a textbook case in creating a corporate culture of denial.The New RepublicElena BotellaChrisPenner/astar-monadA smart A* search monad transformer which supports backtracking user-state! - ChrisPenner/astar-monadGitHubChrisPenner‘Poisoned arrowhead’ used by warring bacteria could lead to new antibioticsA weapon bacteria use to vanquish their competitors could be copied to create new forms of antibiotics, according to Imperial College London research.Phys.orgScience X staffIs your Numpy optimized for speed?If your research work is highly dependent on Numpy-based calculations, such as vector or matrix additions and multiplications, etc. Then it is advisable to run a few checks in order to see if Numpy…Towards Data ScienceOri CohenDiscontinuous ranges in PythonI’ve started using the unpacking operator to concatenate ranges with gaps.All thisA designer’s guide to visualize a text datasetIn this article, I explore one way of visualizing a text dataset using Python and R code. As a user experience and information designer, I wanted to build on my technical skills. I achieved this by…Towards Data ScienceRuta Gokhale Roundup Matthew Alhonte @MattAlhonte Supervillain in somebody's action hero movie. Experienced a radioactive freak accident at a young age which rendered him part-snake and strangely adept at Python. Hackers and Slackers Newsletter Join the newsletter to receive the latest updates in your inbox. Your email address Subscribe Please check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription. Please enter a valid email address! An error occurred, please try again later.