…and where to get example code

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With the Julia programming language you can make impressive data visualizations without a great deal of programming knowledge.

VSCodium is the truly open source version of VSCode. Does it have any advantages?

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Which chart will get the message across best

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GitHub is a good way to share your code and keep it secure— VSCode is a great editor that works seamlessly with GitHub

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Getting organized has never been easier with electronic aids like Evernote, Onenote and Google Docs — or a paper book

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VSCode is a great Python editor and, as I accidentally discovered, good for Jupyter Notebooks, too

A Jupyter Notebook — image by author

The World Bank has a vast amount of data. Here’s how to get it with Python.

The World Bank in Washington — Image by Shiny Things (CC BY 2.0)

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