Top popular Zsh plugins on GitHub (2023)

2023-01-30

Explore the most popular Zsh plugins from the 2000+ options on the Awesome Zsh plugins GitHub project. See which ones have the highest number of stars from the Zsh community.


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Visual Text Exploration as Part of Preprocessing Before Classification

2022-10-11

This post discusses importance of visual text exploration in preprocessing for classification, covers techniques (wordcloud, Sentiment Analysis, topic modeling, data cleaning) & how to use them with popular libraries. Encourages readers to try for own projects.


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10 Lesser-known, yet powerful python plotting libraries

2022-09-30

The most widely used libraries for plotting in python are matplotlib, Plotly, seaborn, and bokeh. This article describes 10 other powerful plotting libraries available in Python that can be used to create high-quality plots and visualizations.


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Top popular Zsh plugins on GitHub (2021)

2021-11-29

Explore the most popular Zsh plugins from the 1800+ options on the Awesome Zsh plugins GitHub project. See which ones have the highest number of stars from the Zsh community.


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Pandas Schema Validation

2021-01-16

Overview of the available tools and methods for schema validation in pandas, examplary code snippets and recommendation for when to use given tool.


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Interactive plots for blogging

2019-09-13

Using Plotly, Bokeh and Altair for interactive visualizations in the blog posts.


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Finding the spy - post on Markov Chains and stochastic matrices

2019-08-10

Using puzzle on tracing the high profile spy as excuse to showcase Markov Chains and demonstrate usage and properties e.g. Stationary distribution


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Top popular Zsh plugins on GitHub (2019)

2019-07-14

On the GitHub project Awesome Zsh plugins you can find 1700+ links to plugins, themes, and Zsh plugin managers/frameworks. The number of tools listed on that page is high and it is difficult to get orientation on which plugins gained already a good reputation from the Zsh users community. This post aims at identifying the most popular tools where popularity is measured by the number of stars that Github users added to a given plugin or tool.


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How to organize Data Science project based on Jupyter notebook

2019-01-05

Having several notebook-based projects behind you might result in a mess in the projects directory. Organize your Data Science project based on Jupyter notebooks in a way that one can navigate through it. Especially that "the one" will be most probably you in a few months time. To achieve that: keep your projects directory clean, name the project in a descriptive way and take care of the internal structure of the project.


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What's cooking

2018-04-05

Exploratory Data Analysis of the Kaggle's "What's cooking" competition dataset to get understanding what kind of data we are dealing with and get intuition of existing dependencies.


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Blockchain implementation

2018-03-26

Python implementation of blockchain in few lines of code.


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Top popular Zsh plugins on GitHub

2018-03-22

There is an exhaustive but curated list of Zsh plugins posted on GitHub project Awesome Zsh plugins. You can find there 800+ links to plugins, themes and Zsh plugin managers/frameworks. Even though it is a collection of awesome stuff the number is a bit high get orientation which plugins gained already good reputation from Zsh users community. In this post I will identify most popular plugins - those which have the highest number of stars.


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