86 Helpful Tools for the Data Professional PLUS 45 Bonus Tools. Source: Joshua Kitlas.
I have been working on this (mostly) annotated collection of tools and articles that I believe would be of help to both the data dabbler and professional. If you are a data scientist, data analyst or data dummy, chances are there is something in here for you. Included is a list of tools, such as programming languages and web-based utilities, data mining resources, some prominent organizations in the field, repositories where you can play with data, events you may want to attend and important articles you should take a look at. The second segment of the list includes a number of art and design resources the infographic designers might like including color palette generators and image searches. There are also some invisible web resources (if you’re looking for something on Google and not finding it) and metadata resources so you can appropriately curate your data.
This is in no way a complete list so please contact me here with any suggestions! A few more visualization resources. Online Vulnerability Scanners and Port Scans. Free online network tools - traceroute, nslookup, dig, whois lookup, ping - IPv6. Free Online OCR - convert scanned PDF and images to Word, JPEG to Word. Google Search Operators. The following table lists the search operators that work with each Google search service.
Click on an operator to jump to its description — or, to read about all of the operators, simply scroll down and read all of this page. The following is an alphabetical list of the search operators. This list includes operators that are not officially supported by Google and not listed in Google’s online help. Each entry typically includes the syntax, the capabilities, and an example. Some of the search operators won’t work as intended if you put a space between the colon (:) and the subsequent query word. Allinanchor: If you start your query with allinanchor:, Google restricts results to pages containing all query terms you specify in the anchor text on links to the page.
Anchor text is the text on a page that is linked to another web page or a different place on the current page. Allintext: allintitle: allinurl: In URLs, words are often run together. AlternativeTo - Social Software Recommendations. Google Operating System (Unofficial Google Blog) How To Be Anonymous On The Internet (In A Nutshell) Anonymous Security Starter Handbook.
How to Secure Your Computer and Surf Fully Anonymous BLACK-HAT STYLE. Drive. Many Eyes. Datawrapper. How to Evade Government Surveillance and Stay Anonymous Online. Chris Dougherty, ContributorActivist Post Why stay anonymous online?
In today’s society there are people and automated devices that are recording your deepest, most private thoughts and activities. Each day we voluntarily divulge the most intimate details of our lives through social networking accounts, email, banking apps, online games and more. In addition, governments and corporations can censor and block our traffic based on whatever standards are in place that day. Government agencies, hackers and sophisticated bot networks are capturing every piece of digital data that we transmit through all of our Internet-connected gadgets. Whether you’re browsing the Web, signing up for a new online game, or simply checking your email, you are constantly leaving tracks and giving away information to anyone with access and the knowledge to analyze the traffic. I know, most people say, “Why would hackers want to hack into my life? Don’t believe me? Username: user Password: changeme. A tool for visual development of YAML based CSS layouts.
Drawter.com - DrawAble Markup Language. CSS3.0 Generator. CSS3 Generator. CSS Templates (page 3 of 56. Add Images to QR Codes (2d Bar Codes) Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds. Making 8bit Music: An Introduction To Free Chiptune Music Trackers. A few months ago I wrote an article highlighting some of the best resources on the web for finding 8bit music, all manner of MOD files and the software required for playback.
Today I’m going to be venturing a little deeper and digging out the tools you’ll be needing in order to create some chiptune yourself. The modern MOD-scene is a friendly, care-and-share alike community consisting of programmers producing free software, composers sharing their music for free and those who simply love the music. Thanks to software emulation, there’s no need for original hardware any more – though many do still insist on using classic technology for their musical needs. This will be a two-part guide, with hardware, samples and VSTs coming next week. Trackers & Making Music A tracker is not an absolute necessity for creating 8bit, and many people get away with using digital audio solutions like FLStudio or Audacity. Software OpenMPT (Windows) [Official Documentation] SonantLive (Browser) [Instructions]