Now that I have finished Data to Insight on Futurelearn, I have decided to continue learning about AI and data mining. Futurelearn offers a ‘program’ which consists of three courses – Data mining with Weka, Advanced data mining with Weka and More data mining with Weka. The first two courses are already available, the thirdContinue reading “Weka – Data mining”
That is the question. I have a confirmed unconditional offer for the LLM at Leeds Beckett starting in September this year. It costs around £3.750 per year, lasts two years and will get me a Masters of Laws. I could then try and build on the topic of the master’s thesis in a PhD, providedContinue reading “LLM or trying for a PhD?”
I am currently at week 6 of the Data to insight course at Futurelearn and the course is absolutely fascinating. I have always felt a bit apprehensive about quanitative data analysis but this course has cured me of my statistics phobia. The course contains hands-on exercises which bring the theory to life and the toolsContinue reading “Data to insight – Futurelearn”
Running when it is windy is always a struggle. Still not sure the intervals of 2 x 3 min, 3 x 5 min, 4 x 3 min and 6 x 2 min quite work but will keep going with this until it feels easier.
Today I finished the Feminist Chatbot course on Futurelearn. It was a great course and introduced me to many different tools such as Padlet or Whimsical and greatest of all, Glitch which is a great coding platform for newbies as well as professionals. My chatbot can be found on https://florentine-roan-sneeze.glitch.me, it still has a fewContinue reading “The Feminist Chatbot”
I am quite proud of myself today, running 4.5 miles is something that I did not think I would be doing a year ago. When I started running last August I did so because the vision of becoming older, less fit, less mobile and dependant on other people scares me to death. I think womenContinue reading “Sunday morning run”