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    I'm about done with the Python course and 'R' course isn't ready yet. I plan on taking them all. What's the recommended order to take the courses?
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    Windows 10 WSL is pretty cool. It let's you install Ubuntu right in Win 10 and run the Ubuntu Terminal and Linux programs. Here is a link to install Anaconda and Jupyter in WSL. https://towardsdatascience.com/setting-up-a-data-science-environment-using-windows-subsystem-for-linux-wsl-c4b390803dd Notes: I didn't install any of the optional things. I had to use bash Anaconda3–2019.03-Linux-x86_64.sh to install Anaconda even though I didn't install ZSH. 3. If 'jupyter notebook' doesn't run in your environment. Install jupyter with: conda install jupyter Good luck and have fun!
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    Hello, I'm Gorkem Aydin. I'm a journalist at AgendaTurkey in the US. Hope to learn new stuff here.
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    We have a rare opening for a full-time staff position as Investigations Editor at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, a non-profit news outlet based in Madison, Wis. Our new colleague will be skilled at editing but also adept at reporting stories independently or as part of a team, inspiring and training student and professional journalists, and engaging the public in our work. This is a newly created position. Here's the job posting, and feel free to reach out to me directly with questions. Also, please share! https://www.wisconsinwatch.org/2019/06/investigations-editor-opening-at-wisconsin-center-for-investigative-journalism/ Thanks much, Coburn Dukehart Digital and Multimedia Director, Wisconsin Watch 202-271-8228
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    Hello, my name is Candido, and I'm the Bloomberg "stringer" in Luanda, Angola. I've been a "normal" reporter for many years: I've been trying to learn Python off and off for some time and now I'm eager to try my hand at data journalism. I hate repetitive tasks and I believe Python/dataJournalism will relieve me from that boredom. Cheers
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    Hey there! My name is Andrea. I’m a data intern from the EJC, currently based in Spain. I’m interested in boosting my skills in Data Journalism so I can use them to investigate about global development issues. I’m particularly interested in connecting (but not limited to) with other freelance journalists interested in international development. I have already followed some of the video courses, which I found very useful. Looking forward to exploring more content!
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