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[Twitter_API wk2] Twitter Hash Tag Frequency: Context, Visuals, Content #875

mxthu313 opened this issue Mar 10, 2020 · 0 comments

[Twitter_API wk2] Twitter Hash Tag Frequency: Context, Visuals, Content #875

mxthu313 opened this issue Mar 10, 2020 · 0 comments


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@mxthu313 mxthu313 commented Mar 10, 2020

  • please go over what will be accomplished in the second step: hard cards are supposed to give enough directions to complete the objective of the card, without giving away many implementation details. Currently students cannot accomplish anything by simply working off the hard card. consider: Through calling what methods? (ex: by the end you should have a list of tweets)
  • Include a screenshot of what the result of completing card 3 will look like.
  • why do we want to remove the URLs?
  • link a webpage about regular expressions

  • please go over the format of what you are trying to remove (what do you want to look for)
  • please give a brief introduction of regular expressions
  • include instructions that we are writing a function, remove_url()

  • remove ([^0-9A-Za-z \t])|(\w+:\/\/\S+) from this card.
  • put it in card 3 (we want to try to let them figure it out themselves)
  • include a link to one of those regular expression checker websites (introduce it too!)
  • it looks like you removed more than just the URL (you removed the @ too) fix this (either explain that you are also removing these, or change the output snippet)

  • append its contents to the end of and delete this card.

  • how does card play into this?
  • what exactly does "our data list to be unique" mean?

  • why is it important that we turn everything to lower case?

  • why do we use a set?

  • unclear what is going on. rewrite.

For all Easy and Medium cards

  • please split the easy and medium cards into steps. these look like Step 1: title of the step
  • each medium and easy card has its own set of steps that start from 1. THEY DO NOT CONTINUE ON ANOTHER CARD

For Images

  • please put the image file in the folder of the lab/activity in a folder named "images" (you have to make this folder yourself)
  • please use the RELATIVE PATH of the image when you are referencing them in your lab/activity cards
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