Tutorial | Python | dotenv

A cat hiding, just like your credentials should
A cat hiding, just like your credentials should be! | Photo by Thomas Bormans on Unsplash

In a previous post, I left a Discord token in the script. This is not the ideal way to code, especially if I don’t want to regenerate my tokens every time I share code. Using credentials and API tokens in your data science and programming projects is inevitable, but leaving…

Hands-on Tutorials, Tutorial | Version Control | GitHub Desktop

Relax, you don’t have to use the command line | Photo by Dennis van Dalen on Unsplash

Version control is important for collaborating on code, sharing it with others, being able to view old versions of the code, and even deploying the code automatically. It can be a bit confusing at first, but is well worth your time, especially if you work in the open source space…

Tutorial | R | Data Structures

Collections of Data Types

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Now that you know the different types of variables, let’s look at some options R has for collecting these variables together. We’ll look at the following types:

  1. Vectors
  2. Matrices
  3. Data Frames
  4. Lists

Vectors

One of the most essential types in R, vectors are the backbone of a lot of operations. While…

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