[Full Tutorial] OpenAI Fine-Tuning: Creating a Chatbot of Yourself (Example: ChrisGPT)

Hi and welcome to this course on fine-tuning ChatGPT with the OpenAI API. In this course we’ll not just look at how to deal with the fine-tuning API endpoints itself, but also how to run the fine-tuned model, and most importantly, the data preparation and validation steps so that you will be able to do … Read more

How to Solve Python Tuple Index Error

To tackle the IndexError: tuple index out of range in Python, ensure that you access tuple elements within their valid index range, which starts from 0 up to one less than the length of the tuple. Utilize the len() function to dynamically determine the tuple’s length and guide your access patterns, or employ error handling … Read more

How to Fit a Curve to Power-law Distributed Data in Python

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to generate synthetic data that follows a power-law distribution, plot its cumulative distribution function (CDF), and fit a power-law curve to this CDF using Python. This process is useful for analyzing datasets that follow power-law distributions, which are common in natural and social phenomena. Prerequisites Ensure you have Python … Read more

How to Generate and Plot Random Samples from a Power-Law Distribution in Python?

To generate random samples from a power-law distribution in Python, use the numpy library for numerical operations and matplotlib for visualization. Here’s a minimal code example to generate and visualize random samples from a power-law distribution: First, we import the necessary libraries: numpy for generating the power-law distributed samples and matplotlib.pyplot for plotting. The a … Read more

Google Sheets – Number of Days Between Date and Today

You can calculate the number of days between two dates in Google Sheets by simply subtracting the earlier date from the later date, using cells containing the dates or the DATE function for manual input. For dynamic calculations involving the current date, use the TODAY() function, as in =TODAY() – DATE(2024, 1, 12), to compute … Read more

Visualizing Wealth: Plotting the Net Worth of the World’s Richest in Log/Log Space

The distribution of wealth, especially when it comes to the ultra-wealthy, is a subject of immense fascination and study. It can reveal patterns and insights into economic structures, inequality, and financial dynamics at the highest levels. One of the most revealing ways to examine this distribution is through a log/log plot of the net worths … Read more

5 Best Ways to Extract All Values from a Worksheet in Selenium with Python

πŸ’‘ Problem Formulation: Automating the process of extracting data from worksheets can be critical for data analysis and testing purposes. When working with web-based spreadsheet applications such as Google Sheets, one might need to retrieve every cell value dynamically. Using Selenium with Python, this task can be accomplished by targeting elements that represent cell data. … Read more

5 Best Ways to Get the Maximum Number of Occupied Rows and Columns in a Worksheet with Selenium and Python

πŸ’‘ Problem Formulation: Developers working with Selenium in Python often need to interact with spreadsheets within a web application. Specifically, the task might involve determining the extent of data by fetching the number of occupied rows and columns. For instance, given a web-based worksheet, the goal is to programmatically find out how many rows and … Read more