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Multiple trended fallouts in a single graph in Adobe Workspace

Adobe Analytics Workspace makes it extremely easy for anyone to build decent looking, dynamic graphs and charts. Yet, if you are trying to visualise something that doesn’t fit within the constraints arbitrarily determined by Adobe, you’re going to have a… Continue Reading →

Cohort analysis: Adobe Analytics vs Tableau

Cohort analysis is useful to track changes in groups of metrics over time. A good example is user engagement – do users who joined in January stay as engaged as users who joined in October? However, depending on how your… Continue Reading →

Reading Notes – Maths and Stats for Web Analytics and Conversion Optimization

The following are notes from my readthrough of Maths and Stats for Web Analytics and Conversion Optimization by Himanshu Sharma, in no particular order: ROI, ROI, ROI You need 4 sets of data to calculate ROI: (1) Cost data (2)… Continue Reading →

Data visualisation with Python and Plotly – The Perth real estate market

Python is well known for its data science and analysis capabilities with packages such as Numpy, Matplotlib and Pandas. Each of these packages also offer a variety of graphing and visualisation tools, the majority of which is already very well… Continue Reading →

House Purchase Calculator – WA

The below spreadsheet can be used to check key metrics before purchasing a property. All cells in orange are to be filled in with your own values. Everything else is calculated.

Remote connection to Raspberry Pi

Easy SSH when your computer and your PI are on the same network (wifi) Mac/Linux: Open the terminal Windows: Install Putty Ensure the pi is turned on and connected to network Find the ip address of the pi SSH into… Continue Reading →

PostgreSQL Beginner’s Cheat Sheet

Terminal commands: Launch PostgreSQL terminal – psql Copy table from one db to another – pg_dump -t table_name copyfrom_db_name | psql copyto_db_name   PSQL commands: List databases – \d List tables in current database – \dt List table structure – \d table_name List… Continue Reading →

Web Apps

Twitter sentiments – Looks up the 50 most recent tweets from any twitter user, classifies the sentiment of those tweets and outputs the result as a pie chart KS50 Finance – A simulated stock market portfolio tool, useful for learning the… Continue Reading →

Command line apps

The following are apps I’ve developed that currently only run from the command line. Many thanks to the excellent CS50 course for guidance with these. Caesar in C – Encrypts a user defined phrase using the caesar cypher method, and using a key… Continue Reading →

3 often forgotten rules of reporting dashboard design

A dashboard used to mean an array of physical instruments, arranged in front of an operator of some form of machine. The requirement for dashboards has evolved over time and they are now commonly used digitally by companies as a… Continue Reading →

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