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Hi My name is Ann Hyland. Thank you for providing this resource SMD. Peace be with you. :)

Recovering from a computer crash. Rebuilding my contacts and files. Large databases of 5,000 to 15,000 contacts from my businesses and multiple industries (health, fitness, art, graphic design, teaching, coaching). Any recommendations on ***BEST resources, applications, programs, prices, tips for #managing #large #contact #databases and #graphics files (extremely appreciated). I am #Apple primary and #PC secondary. Best resources for 6T or 12T server drives or go iCloud option for files? Last #website #creation was CMS Simple in 2008, looking to redesign my own websites. Suggestions? WIX or other options? Very interesting in learning about creating #landing #pages and #calendar #driven #technology to get direct phone appointments.. Ease of use. Have a lovely summer and praise God for another glorious day!

Hi, i really hope that this "room" is still alive.

Does anyone know of social media data analysis made with Jupyter Notebook and the scientific and analytic Python packages (Canopy, Anaconda...)?

It's hard to spot some examples here and there on the web, (i'm searching for workflows, best practices, case studies).

I have been managing social analytics (Facebook, Twitter insights, email marketing data, ecc.) with Pandas and Python for quite some time. I find them very useful for data cleaning process, boxplotting, quickly finding covariance e correlations between likes/share,/comment, organic reach linear regression, scatter matrix, ecc.
Not to speak of some natural language processing with sci-kit or NLTK (mostly sentiment analysis).

So, please, if you're into something similar, share some thoughts about it.
thanks
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