Final Project

Meteorological & Agricultural Trends at James Madison’s Montpelier

Between 1784 and 1793, James Madison kept detailed records documenting the meteorological phenomena he observed at his home of Montpelier. Madison was partially inspired in his efforts by fellow founding father Thomas Jefferson who also kept meticulous weather records on his own Virginia plantation, and partially by a sense of national pride (Center for Digital […]

Module 5 Assignment Tableau

Module 5: Using Data

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Module 4 Assignment Getting Data

Module 4: Getting Data

API Task Webscraping Task Georeferencing Task Python. I found Python difficult. The API and Webscraping assignments were really difficult for me. I was having flashbacks to AP calc when I was stumped on what formula to use for what function, and it wasn’t pleasant. By the time I got to the Georeferencing assignment, though, things […]

Module 3 Assignment Thinking With Data

Intro to Observable/Colabs

So, this is a bit of a shocker to me but: this assignment made sense. Sure there was a moment at the beginning where I thought crying into my tea was the best option but after a bit of trial and error things just made sense. I’m not saying they were easy; they still took […]