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 →
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.
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 →