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README.md

Repository for my coding portfolio website, datasciY.com.

Author: Jennifer E Yoon

Description

All pages are hand coded by me using HTML5 and CSS3 standard. I also hand coded the stylesheet. After evaluating Bootstrap and W3C Frameworks, decided to code a light weight style sheet using only items in use. Style makes use of CSS Grid to layout photos. Most of the coding examples are using the Python language and Python data science libraries. Some of the demos and articles are about tools and cloud services.

Plan: Add dynamic elements in Javascript. Add MySQL database link.

Tags

  • Topics: data science, data analysis, machine learning, deep learning, visualization, financial derivatives, economics

  • Python Libraries: Python standard library, Jupyter Notebook, NumPy, Pandas, MatplotLib, SciPy, Scikit-Learn, TensorFlow, Keras, Plotly, Dash, Bokeh

  • Other Software, Services and Tools: Excel and Pywin32, VBA, SQL (MySQL and Postgres), R (statistics), Tableau, Unix-Bash, VS Code, Google CoLab, Binder, AWS Lambda & EC2

Folder Structure

  • datasciy.com -- only hosted files
    • root level:
      • dsy.css -- My handcoded stylesheet, uses CSS3 format, the latest standard.
      • purpleimg.jpg -- Header image used in HTML files.
      • about.html -- Profile
      • projects.html -- coding projects and short coding exercises
      • articles.html -- long-form articles
      • blog.html -- short, quick updates
    • assets (folder) -- image and pdf files called at root level by src command.
    • articles (folder) -- in-depth write ups (supporting folder)
    • projects (folder) -- programming projects (supporting folder)
    • blog (folder) -- short posts, news and thoughts (supporting folder)
      .
  • wip-website (folder) -- work-in-process folder, new materials and testing files.
    • so -- stack overflow, my answers test files
    • udacity-github -- notes and articles on using Github, best practices.
    • PyDataNY-2019 -- temporary working folder
    • Matplotlib-Github-Test -- temporary working folder
      .

History

  • Working on personal projects to post on datasciY.com during February to May 2020
  • Github Repo created on July 2019
  • Website hosted on AWS during 2018 and 2019
  • Domain purchased on Sept 2017
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