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In a previous blog post, we covered list comprehensions to generate a dataset. In this post, I'll be covering how to simplify traversing a dataset...

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Here at PokitDok, we use slack not only as an internal communication tool, but also as a one stop shop for posting analytics reports and...

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Introduction In case you missed it, my last Snake_Byte looked at the CMS NPI dataset. If you followed along at home, you might have noticed...

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Earlier this month, I was in New York City at the AWS Pop-up Loft in SoHo - our Co-Founder & CTO Ted Tanner, Jr. was...

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Due to its usefulness, nearly all modern programming languages have a key/value collection type. Python's flavor of this type is called a dict (dictionary), and...

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Throughout the 2017 spring semester, PokitDok sponsored a capstone project through the Computer Science Department at the College of Charleston. PokitDok provided a curated dataset...

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Perhaps you've seen some Python code that looks like this: What in the world is up with that if block? Some programming languages such as...

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We just returned from spending a few days in the Big Apple at Consensus 2017. Produced by CoinDesk, this has arguably become one of the...

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In this edition of Snake Bytes, we will discuss how slice notation is used to select elements from a sequence. In Python, a sequence is...

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One of the places which I frequently visit for fun, open source data sets is Kaggle. It is the place that data scientists visit when...

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In mid March, Ted Tanner (CTO and co-founder of PokitDok) and I took off to Washington, DC to support and sponsor a blockchain code-a-thon organized...

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