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Data Science from the Command Line

Episode #392, published Fri, Dec 2, 2022, recorded Mon, Nov 28, 2022

When you think data science, Jupyter notebooks and associated tools probably come to mind. But I want to broaden your toolset a bit and encourage you to look around at other tools that are literally at your fingertips. The terminal and shell command line tools.

On this episode, you'll meed Jeroen Janssens. He wrote the book Data Science on The Command Line Book and there are a bunch of fun and useful small utilities that will make your life simpler that you can run immediately in the terminal. For example, you can query a CSV file with SQL right from the command line.

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Jeroen cohort-based course, Embrace the Command Line. Listeners can use coupon code TALKPYTHON20 for a 20% discount:

Data Science on The Command Line Book:
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Jeroen Janssens
Jeroen Janssens
Jeroen Janssens, PhD, is a data science consultant and RStudio-certified instructor. His expertise lies in visualizing data, implementing machine learning models, and building solutions using Python, R, JavaScript, and Bash. He’s passionate about helping and teaching others to do such things.

Since 2013, Jeroen runs Data Science Workshops, a training and coaching firm that organizes open enrollment workshops, in-company courses, inspiration sessions, hackathons, and meetups.
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