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Exploring Data with Jupyter Notebook

date_range 21/10/2019 01:30

In this post we introduce Jupyter Notebook as a way to explore data from the DCD Hub.

Raspbian

date_range 20/09/2019 01:30

Raspbian

Git and GitHub

date_range 10/09/2019 20:30

Git is a version control system (VCS). It helps to keep track of all the changes in your project and sharing these. While it is heavily used by software developers to track and share code, it is also useful to track and share the progress of any design or research process. The principle is as follows: you share a remote repository, you ‘pull’ the latest changes (any files, code, doc…) from your peers from this repository, you make changes on your machine, and you ‘push’ your changes on the remote repository, making them available to your peers.

Pull Requests

date_range 10/09/2019 20:30

When you fork a repository to experiment/extend a project on your own, you might run into one of the following cases:

Issue Tracking and Flagging

date_range 10/09/2019 20:30

Whenever there is a problem with the code in the repository, it is customary to raise an issue in Github. This will not only allow other contributors to verify this error, but also for them to possibly fix them, and then, tag them as fixed. We will also use this workflow when there is a problem with the code and you want to get some non-presential help from the course instructors.