As well as signing up to use Codeberg, I also joined the non-profit Codeberg e.V. that runs Codeberg. You can do it as well on their website. http://codeberg.org What is Codeberg? Codeberg is a place (a software system) that hosts Git repositories. It offers free (as in beer) accounts for hosting and collaboration with free (as in freedom) software code. In it’s own words: “Codeberg.org will be more than just Git hosting for your projects: We are a community of like-minded Free Software and Content Creators.
NB. Introduction Note. Data cleaning. Missing data. Class and survival. Absolute numbers of survivors by passenger class. Relative survival rates by passenger class A histogram of survival against fare paid. The final look at the data is through a correlation heatmap. Conclusions. NB. I am well aware that the Titanic dataset analysis is a beginner task, and it has been suggested that including it here on this website might do more harm than good to me.
As is traditional on a first post on a new website, this is going to be as bit of a meta post about the website and how it’s built. There may be some further articles here about this in the future. I decided not to make anything fancy. I spend enough time maintaining the couple of websites that I already run for my band and my traditional music activities. So I wanted something simple that needs little maintenance, but is also pretty hackable when I fancy it.