An analysis of over 300,000 tweets on the Bridgerton TV series using NLP techniques in Python & Tableau

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After its release on Christmas Day, the Bridgerton drama series dominated most TVs across the world. Virtually all movie lovers were talking about it, that I was “coerced” into watching the series on Netflix because of the hype. Recently, CNN reported that Bridgerton is the “biggest Netflix series ever” as it has been streamed in over 82 million households. However, what caught my attention most were the official Bridgerton hashtags on Twitter which helped create more buzz for the show. As you will see in the image below, they all had a special logo attached to them. …


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A Data analyst interview case study using Google BigQuery and Tableau

In my last article, I spoke about my transition into Data Analytics and how I recently landed a full-time Data Analyst position. Throughout the month of April ’21, I was breezing in and out of interviews with various North American companies. For some of these companies, I had to partake in Excel, SQL, or Python tests while a few others had me work on case studies. In this article, I will walk you through one of such case studies which I passed and my approach in tackling the problem.

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The Task

First, case studies are a way for companies to test core…


...And got 3 full-time job offers & tripled my salary in the process

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In this article, you will learn about my journey into the Tech industry after working 4 years as an Engineer. I also wrote about landing my full-time Data Analyst job with Geotab Inc. (#1 global telematics company), my job search journey, and useful tips.

Where it all started

After the COVID-19 pandemic hit home in March 2020, I started to work from home like millions of workers across the globe. I was working as a Process Engineer for Seplat Petroleum back in Nigeria and what I thought would be a pleasant WFH experience soon became quite frustrating. That was the turning point for me…


A Sentiment Analysis Project using Python and Tableau

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A lot happened this year and if you watch the movie “Death to 2020” on Netflix, you will have an idea of the timeline of events. For this project, I thought it would be interesting to gain insights into what Twitter users had to say about 2020. Twitter receives more than 500 million tweets a day, so all I had to do was find a way to retrieve these tweets and analyze them. However, before embarking on this project, I had no idea what strategy to use. So I found myself browsing through dozens of articles on various concepts in…


A New Immigrant’s Guide to settling in the City of Toronto

Introduction

When I began this project, I came across a news article which read “Canada to welcome 1.2 million immigrants by 2023” [1]. This made me excited for the millions of people looking for a pathway to Canada since I recently relocated here. A 2020 US news ranking showed Canada as the 2nd best country in the world, so it is not a surprise that every year, thousands of people choose to migrate here [2]. Asides from having a stable economy and many growth opportunities, Canada has offered many immigrants a new home. In 2019, Canada opened its borders to 341,000

Jessica Uwoghiren

Data Scientist who loves Machine Learning, NLP & Data Visualisation • Lover of well-written books • Visit my website jess-analytics.com to learn more.

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