Ophidiophobia:

the abnormal fear of snakes   The last part of the DITA module included a lecture focusing on finding meaning in the data and involved an introduction to Python (a programming language). It caused me to reflect in ways I had not expected. Though it pains me to admit it, I found the section on … Continue reading Ophidiophobia:

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Harnessing data

Okay, I realise nobody is out there lassoing the data and breaking it in, but over the last few weeks we have been looking at how to funnel the huge quantities of amorphous data being generated into something more organised and structured to create information. And whilst organising things may not float everyone’s boat, I … Continue reading Harnessing data