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https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/learn-to-code Different things learnt on this course will be added with the hope to get some colaboration if some project pans out.
On a fresh ubuntu-gnome 14.04 install I did the following. ignoring the *sh binary wierd document that the course asks to install.
I was unsure if we where going to use python 2 or 3 so I think I have installed both with these instructions: $sudo apt-get install spyder spyder3 $sudo apt-get install ipython3-notebook ipython-notebook $sudo apt-get install build-essential python3-dev $sudo apt-get install python-pip python3-pip $pip3 install -U jupyter
I then went to notabug.org and created an account and a new repository followed the directions to create ssh keys that need to be copied to the notabug website and did a git clone.
Edited the readme.md saved and did $git add . $git commit -m "instructions so far"
Some errors will come up about setting up your git user just follow instructions.
you can now check in notabug.org that your changes are up to date.
Later test the instalation http://www.open.edu/openlearn/learn-to-code-installation in linux section step 4.
Here I found out that I needed pandas as well. $sudo pip3 install pandas
Seems to work fine as I get the graph plotted with only a warning. Your pandas version is 0.17.0
/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/matplotlib/collections.py:549: FutureWarning: elementwise comparison failed; returning scalar instead, but in the future will perform elementwise comparison if self._edgecolors == 'face':
when running all notebook it says in exercise 6 that we do not have a module named xlrd. This time I took a different route. And I installed the package manager: $sudo apt-get install synaptic and I selected the following packages found when typing xlrd on the search box@ python2-xlrd, python-xlrd, python-xlwt Only the first one is needed but I installed all 3.
This is getting intersting. Richmond council information http://www.datarich.info/ one of the reasons I signed up to the course was for local data. Also some Spanish cities: gijon http://transparencia.gijon.es/