STEM

Eiesenhower Matrix in Excel (Quadrant Matrix)

Former US President Eisenhower is known to have said: “What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important.” This is reflected in a popular quadrant design, often referred to as “The Eisenhower Matrix”, used to effectively prioritize tasks according to their urgency and importance. This can be expressed in a quadrant matrix (image) […]

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STEM

HOW TO CREATE AN ORGANIZATIONAL CHART FROM EXCEL DATA

If you’ve worked with Visio or PowerPoint, you may have used their built-in organizational charts…and manually enter the information for each node. But what if you have the data already as a table, as in a CSV or Excel file? You can use that data and create an organizaitonal chart right within Excel. However, you’ll […]

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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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STEM

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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