New Year’s Resolutions, Data Edition
Happy 2015, everyone!
I hope your year is already off to a fabulous start! I’ve been thinking, I’d really like to set some goals for myself this year, so I’m making my DATA RESOLUTIONS. And I’m declaring them in front of all you people on the internet so that I’ll feel at least slightly accountable. Ready…. let’s go!
Resolution 1: Learn Python
I love using tools like import.io for web scraping, but sometimes it isn’t enough. This year I want to learn enough Python to be able to do some web scraping and data formatting jobs.
People all over the web are using D3, including for some nifty Tableau applications. So, I want to as well!
Resolution 3: Grow the /r/tableau community
I’ve been neglecting my poor baby, the /r/tableau subreddit. This year, I want to get more happening with it including contests, discussions, IamA’s with Tableau Employees and more!
That’s enough for now, since these are all pretty big undertakings. What are your data resolutions?