When I first started learning R and Python, I had a tough time trying to remember everything I’d learned. It was a lot of new information all at once! I found that writing it down helped so much, even if I never went back to look at what I’d written.
I was excited about the document I’d been keeping for myself of things I’d learned related to data science, so I decided to share it on Twitter! It turned out that a lot of other people found it useful as well!
When I use a new function or learn a new thing for #rstats, I write it down in one big google doc. It's not the most efficient method, but now I have 40+ pages of helpful hints. Plus, just writing something down helps me remember it in the future! #DSlearnings— Katie Jolly (@katiejolly6) January 28, 2018
So, I turned it into a Github repository so that other people could contribute via issues and pull requests as well.
Check it out here!
And if you have anything you’d like me to add, feel free to submit it! I love that it is a community-driven doc so I’m happy to add things.comments powered by Disqus