Lynx Roundup, July 28th 2020

Lynx Roundup, July 28th 2020

Exploring NumPy’s linspace() function! Automation controls rocket science! PyDash!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte
Read Yuval Harari’s blistering warning to Davos in full
“If this power falls into the hands of a twenty-first-century Stalin, the result will be the worst totalitarian regime in human history.”
Science explains why we should all work shorter hours in winter
People tend to feel gloomier when the nights draw in and cold weather descends. But altering our working hours to fit the seasons could help lift our mood
Exploring NumPy’s linspace() function
NumPy supports different ways of generating arrays, and this tutorial is going to explore one way of do so, using the np.linspace() function. It returns evenly-spaced numbers and can generate arrays…
The kitchen sink of Python utility libraries for doing “stuff” in a functional way. Based on the Lo-Dash Javascript library. - dgilland/pydash

Read “Data Visualisation” by Andy Kirk with us!
Do you keep getting recommendations for data vis books, maybe even buy them, but don’t make it a priority to read them? Let’s read these books together – and let’s discuss them, to get more ou

Matthew Alhonte

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.