ProCodeCG – BDV – Data Science – Day 1 – 9 Apr 2018

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Our technical series topic for this month is Data Science 🙂

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We learned about data science theories

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Some basic statistics

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We also crawl some data from Instagram for a certain hashtag and see how a GraphQL looks like compared to JSON. We will learn to process the data and probably will do clustering too in the next classes 😉

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The class

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Not as much people as before which is kind of a blessing because today we have to change venue due to Coding Mum for the Disables , another ProCodeCG event working in parallel 😀

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We’re going to do about 2 – 4 more sessions of this topic, only those who attend all four classes will get certificate 🙂

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ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Open Topics – 9 Dec 2017

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Our open topics class today 🙂

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Ain came up today with a breakthrough: creating some physics simulation using GameMaker Studio 🙂

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We’re going to see if this tools can make better physics simulation than our GameMaker Lite 🙂

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The workspace

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The performance graph

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Creating objects

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Ain was given challenge to simulate a car running down the hill for the next class 😀

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Capt. Cinta is back 🙂 As happy as usual, coding while singing 😀

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Today Cinta said she missed Python coding so she decided to code in Python again yaaay! We created some games in Python not so long ago and Cinta wants to recreate it 🙂

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This is what we call “happy coding face” 😀

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So glad that finally someone of our kids working on Python again 🙂

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And for the second session Cinta explored Minecraft and startet to build things in there

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Cinta was challenged to create running text in Minecraft 😉

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Meanwhile, Capt. Faris was given a task to do some research with Python Pandas and Tensorflow 🙂

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Faris has been very reliable about whatever tasks given to him

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We had some problems with plotting data with Matplotlib earlier, and Faris should fix that

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He even tried Jupyter to make it work

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The data had been gathered and displayed but cannot be plotted

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It worked on Faris’ laptop but not on Mac

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After some investigation and virtualenv testing, plus exploring directory and so on, Faris triumphantly discovered how make it work: using python3 😀

Yas! The data plot is come into view finally 🙂 Thanks Faris 🙂

 

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Ajil is a persistent and focus kid. He started to create games in Minecraft 🙂

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He had to write long lines of code 🙂

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And we finally make Guessing Game work in Minecraft (Capt. Faris helped a lot)

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Well done, Ajil, we’re going to make more games next week 🙂

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Vian was doing projects with Ain

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They’re discussing all the time 😀

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Vian was being supported by the whole family (Tetru wasn’t there): Ain, Empati and Tiga (they’re all brothers) 😀

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While Capt. Azriel teamed up with Jundy

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Jundy was thinking about how to make running text in Minecraft

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He was experimenting with piston

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The problem is apparently piston only has limited number of blocks to push

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So we probably should come up with something else

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Jundy tried many possibilities

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And make simulations to see how far a piston would push a block

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But still didn’t work and we will think about another way doing it next week 🙂

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Captains doing research (proud :))

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So proud to have these kids 🙂 See you again next week 🙂