# Posts by Category

## Querying the Latest Record

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In this gist, I show how to get the latest record or a user based on a datetime column.

## A Digression on the Cantor Set

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The Cantor set is a special type of set in mathematics. In this blog post, I will use it as an illustration of how my mind works, when I learning a new topic.

## Cumulative Sum with Pandas

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In this gist, I calculate the cumulative sum of the column no, based on the columns nameand day.

## Datetime Resample

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In this gist, I calculate aggregate the datetime column according to different periods (e.g. day, week, and month)

## A Digression on the Cantor Set

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The Cantor set is a special type of set in mathematics. In this blog post, I will use it as an illustration of how my mind works, when I learning a new topic.

## Plotting a Four-Dimensional Heatmap

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Here is show how I developed a four-dimensional heatmap.

## Pandas Value Counts

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The value_counts() function in the popular python data science library Pandas is a quick way to count the unique values in a single column otherwise known as a series of data.

## Querying the Latest Record

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In this gist, I show how to get the latest record or a user based on a datetime column.

## Find Row Closest to a Value

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In this gist, I find what is the closest row to a given value.

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This gist contains my default settings for a Jupyter notebook as a header.

## Datetime Resample

Published:

In this gist, I calculate aggregate the datetime column according to different periods (e.g. day, week, and month)

## Cumulative Sum with Pandas

Published:

In this gist, I calculate the cumulative sum of the column no, based on the columns nameand day.

Published:

This gist contains my default settings for a Jupyter notebook as a header.

## Querying the Latest Record

Published:

In this gist, I show how to get the latest record or a user based on a datetime column.

## A Digression on the Cantor Set

Published:

The Cantor set is a special type of set in mathematics. In this blog post, I will use it as an illustration of how my mind works, when I learning a new topic.

## Plotting a Four-Dimensional Heatmap

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Here is show how I developed a four-dimensional heatmap.

## notebook

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This gist contains my default settings for a Jupyter notebook as a header.

## Find Row Closest to a Value

Published:

In this gist, I find what is the closest row to a given value.

## Pandas Value Counts

Published:

The value_counts() function in the popular python data science library Pandas is a quick way to count the unique values in a single column otherwise known as a series of data.

## Find Row Closest to a Value

Published:

In this gist, I find what is the closest row to a given value.

## Datetime Resample

Published:

In this gist, I calculate aggregate the datetime column according to different periods (e.g. day, week, and month)

## Cumulative Sum with Pandas

Published:

In this gist, I calculate the cumulative sum of the column no, based on the columns nameand day.

## Plotting a Four-Dimensional Heatmap

Published:

Here is show how I developed a four-dimensional heatmap.

## Pandas Value Counts

Published:

The value_counts() function in the popular python data science library Pandas is a quick way to count the unique values in a single column otherwise known as a series of data.

Published:

This gist contains my default settings for a Jupyter notebook as a header.

## Datetime Resample

Published:

In this gist, I calculate aggregate the datetime column according to different periods (e.g. day, week, and month)

## Cumulative Sum with Pandas

Published:

In this gist, I calculate the cumulative sum of the column no, based on the columns nameand day.