One of the projects that I rolled out this year is a web app that spiders and collects news articles from across the Internet. It saves that spidered data to a Firestore database, and uses some Natural Language Processing AI to determine what each articles is about. It then classifies each article, determines it’s bias,… Continue reading HEADLIN3S
Say what you want about @realDonaldTrump but one could make the case that he is the most dominant voice on social media today. He’s the only person declaring war on Twitter
Lately I have turned my focus to who will win the general election. The result that my system has the most confidence in, at this point in time, is essentially a tie.
Darling if you only knew, half as much as everybody thinks you do… — Donald Jay Fagen / Walter Carl Becker Yes, yet another Python project named after a song. Unlike Where It’s At, this data collection project is named after an unfortunate Steely Dan disco meets doobie brothers song called I Got The News… Continue reading I Got The News
A round-up of Python related news, because, well… I am obsessed at this point.
Hey Now! Just a quick little post signifying my completion of the Tensor Flow class that I (slowly) made my way through. TensorFlow is an open-source software library from Google used for artificial intelligence and machine learning applications such as neural networks.
In last weeks post about list comprehension I gave you an overview and some simple examples of how this Pythonic convention works. There’s so much more you can do with list comprehensions – today I’ll try and give you some examples that are a little more involved.
If you were trying to come up with a list of iconic programming idioms, “For Loops” would probably make the cut. For someone like me that learned about loops via COBOL’s crazy “Perform” loop syntax – changing paradigms (yet again) can sometimes prove difficult. I was attracted to Python initially because it is different. So… Continue reading Old Dog’s New Tricks – List Comprehension in Python
If you have worked with Pandas for any length of time you have probably come across the need to stick a dataframe together with another dataframe. It turns out it’s not as simple as you might think. I’m going to show you a couple of ways to accomplish putting one or more dataframes together in… Continue reading Putting Python Pandas DataFrames Together
I recently completed the course Python for Computer Vision with OpenCV and Deep Learning as taught by Jose Portilla on Udemy.