Data Analysis and Visualisation Tutorials


I write tutorials to teach you how to do data analysis and visualistaion.

You can read these tutorials on my Blog or you can download them from my Github.

You can download the Jupyter Notebooks for my Udemy course here as well.

Udemy Course Tutorials

These are the Jupyter notebooks which accompany my Udemy course 'Data Visualisation with Plotly and Python'. The Jupyter Notebooks are saved in .zip files and organised by course section.

You do not have to pay for the course to access these tutorials, but if you want to show your support then you can buy me a beer.

I will be adding to these tutorials as often as I can. Please to my mailing list to be notified when new tutorials are added or when existing tutorials are updated.

The data for the course are available below.

Datasets


Open data is important. The data that I use in my analyses comes from many different sources.

Sometimes I need to wrangle and clean the raw data that is available. Often I create summaries of the data to be used in visualisations.

I believe that by making the cleaned and summarised data available I can help further the goals of the Open Data Intitute - "to equip, connect and inspire people around the world to innovate with data."

Udemy Course Datasets

These are the datasets which accompany my Udemy course 'Data Visualisation with Plotly and Python' (coming Jan 2017). Each dataset is saved as a .csv and all the data for the course is in 1 .zip file.

I intend to make all the data available as .json files at some point in the future. Please to my mailing list to be notified when I get round to this, or when the datasets are updated.

You do not have to pay for the course to access these datasets, but if you want to show your support then you can buy me a beer.

The Jupyter Notebook tutorials for the course are available above

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Buy me a Beer!


I create these data analysis tutorials because I enjoy what I do. If you'd like to buy me a beer to show your support, you can use the button below.




If you'd rather not buy me a beer, but still want to show your support then you can sign up to my Udemy course and access the video lectures which these tutorials and data relate to.