Art Break Education

A Curious, Remarkable Artist’s Profile: Wain

Louis William Wain (5 August 1860 – 4 July 1939) was an English artist best known for his drawings, which consistently featured anthropomorphized large-eyed cats and kittens. Later in life, he was confined to mental institutions and was alleged to have suffered from schizophrenia. According to some psychiatrists, the onset of schizophrenia can be seen […]

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Coding Education STEM

Metaphysics, Harmony, Spirituality with Python

For many years, different sound frequencies have been believed and proven to have various effects on humans…in physical and mental aspects. From self-healing to spirituality; to vision and enlightenment, sound has been used (and continues to be) to aid meditation and therapy. Whether or not you believe in its benefits is beside the point of […]

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Analytics Coding Education STEM

Complementary post to: Pop Quiz [And Solutions With Low Code!]

This post is a continuation of or complementary post to about using Excel and SQL for pop-quizes. Please read that first to get proper context…otherwise, this wouldn’t make much sense. As discussed in the post linked above, the SQL queries can be saved from Microsoft Query Editor to an external file. It’s really convenient because […]

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