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True text transformation without using any special libraries (Python)

In this post, I’ll share a real example (and an application that you can download and use for your personal use) on how to turn text into fun representation such as: flipped, reversed, substituted with other characters using Python. The output is not an image, but still real text that are not easily accessible from […]

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Geometric Shapes with Tkinter & Turtle

In this post, I’m sharing a complete Python program that draws various geometric shapes on screen with given parameters (e.g. side length, radius, height, tilt, etc.). The application is downloadable here and can be executed on a Windows device (tested on Windows 10). The download will be a ZIP file called tkinter-drawgeometricshapes.zip —copy or unzip […]

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Venn Diagrams Done Right (Excel)

Venn diagrams are best used to show overlapping or interconnected relationships, especially overlapping segments. While they are ubiquitous, very few diagrams actually update automatically when data changes…that’s because most of them are one-time illustrations with no ties to the underlying data…they’re just drawn up like Infographics. It doesn’t have to be that way! In this […]

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Network graphs explained with scenarios (Python) – Part 2

This is Part 2 of the series “Network graphs explained with scenarios“. Please read Part 1 first for proper continuity. A few of the scenarios I cover in this blog series here: Project scheduling example – Shows how to compute critical path on a network of related tasks. Covered in Part 1.Routing example – Shows […]

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Network graphs explained with scenarios (Python) – Part 1

Network graphs are quite fascinating to me. They are all around us and used daily in a multitude of real-world applications from supply-chain, routing, mapping, social media, scheduling, to networking. In this two-part blog series, I’ll go over some real-world applications of graphs and how to generate them dynamically using Python. There are many complex […]

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