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- Publish Your Streamlit Apps in the Cloud: Share your Streamlit apps with these free tools: Streamlit Cloud, Github, and VSCode
- An Interactive CO2 Emissions Dashboard with Plotly and Streamlit
- How to Build a Gallery of Streamlit Apps as a Single Web App
- Build a Personal Webpage with Streamlit
- How to Run Your Streamlit Apps in VSCode
- Rational UI Design with Streamlit
- A Multi-page Interactive Dashboard with Streamlit and Plotly
- Adding Regression Lines to Pandas Plots with SciPy: Regression can be used to predict the future or to identify trends and relationships in data
- Visualizing the Economic Impact of the Pandemic using Jupyter Notebooks and Streamlit: Are we back on track after the shock of the COVID pandemic? We can use OECD data, Python, a simple regression model, and Jupyter Notebooks…
- How to Share your Jupyter Notebook with Mercury or Voilà: Putting your Jupyter notebook on the web is reasonably easy with either Mercury or Voilà but which is easier — here’s a brief comparison…
- Create a Web App from Your Jupyter Notebook with Mercury: You can publish your Notebook as an interactive web app with or without the code
- How Not to Lie with Charts: You can use data visualization to inform, or misinform. We look at the things to avoid if you want to do the former and not the latter.
- Interactive Data Visualization with Julia and Pluto Notebooks
- What is VSCodium and Should You be Using It
- Simple GitHub Integration with VSCode
- 5 Visualization Libraries for Python
- An Interactive Web Dashboard with Plotly and Flask
- Web Visualization with Plotly and Flask
- Plotting with Pandas: An Introduction to Data Visualization
- Styling Pandas Plots and Charts
- ggplot: Grammar of Graphics in Python with Plotnine
- Data Visualization with Julia and VSCode or Jupyter Notebooks or Juno
- How to Create Simple Visualizations with Google Charts and Pandas Dataframes (with an example website and downloadable code).
- Visualizing Twitter Statistics with Python and Pandas
- Regression Plots with Pandas and Numpy
- SQL, Pandas, or Both — Analysing the UK Electoral System
- Google Colab: An Online Jupyter Notebook That You Should Definitely Try
- Python Pandas and SQLite
- Why I’m Using VSCode for Jupyter Notebooks
- Access a World of Data with WBGAPI
- Sentiment Analysis of Tweets
- Jupyter and Markdown
- Python Pandas and SQLite
- More Pattern Matching in Python 3.10
- Pattern Matching in Python 3.10
- String Formatting in Python3
- Modern AJAX Programming
- Upcycle Your Old PC With Free Raspberry Pi Software
- Give your old PC new life with Lubuntu Linux
- Save the Planet with Your Old Phone
- Algorithms are Not Biased — We are
- Organise Yourself with a Daybook: Getting organized has never been easier with electronic aids like Evernote, Onenote, and Google Docs — or a paper book
- 3 Books That Will Help You Succeed as a Writer: A best selling novelist, a journalist, and an academic — if you are serious about a career as a writer then take some advice from the experts