In another post, I describe how I use this data that I’ve scraped, but I wanted to provide a more in-depth tutorial for those interested in how I got the data. Note, this data belongs to Truecar, so all uses herein are for personal and academic reasons only. Get the data In order to do any good analaysis, you first need data. I prefer to have more data than less, where possible.
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This blog will outline what I see as differences between Hugo and Jekyll, some benefits and drawbacks of using Netlify vs. GitHub pages to host, and how to launch the Hugo Tranquilpeak theme from scratch. Why Hugo? One of my first posts was about blogging with Jekyll hosted on GitHub. About six months after writing that post, I hit a few bugs trying to debug it and got frustrated because I had already forgotten all of what I binge-learned earlier.
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Bryan Whiting

Hacker, innovator, data scientist, father

Data Scientist

Washington, D.C.