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Thu 07 December 2017
A Simple Approach to Webscraping - Part 2
By Leo Yorke
Tags: Python Webscraping

In the first part of this series of blog posts we created a simple webscraper in Python that would go to Yahoo Finance and fetch a table of currency exchange rates. There are a...


Thu 23 November 2017
A Simple Approach to Webscraping - Part 1
By Leo Yorke
Tags: Python Webscraping

A common problem many data science projects face is where to source data from. One of the richest sources of external data is the web, and being able to access websites and...


Thu 13 July 2017
Fuzzy Matching 101 - Part II
By Lewis Fogden
Tags: Python

Following on from my previous article on fuzzy matching rather disparate data sources, this post will detail further methods of comparing and matching entities, as well as...


Thu 29 June 2017
A Simple Approach to Predicting Customer Churn
By Leo Yorke
Tags: Churn Python

A common problem across businesses in many different industries is customer churn. Businesses often have to invest substantial amounts of money in attracting new clients...


Mon 27 February 2017
Stream data from Twitter using Python
By Tony Sui
Tags: Twitter Python

Twitter’s data can often provide valuable insight into your company's products, brand, clients, or competition. You can extract sentiment, volume, what's trending, and....


Mon 30 January 2017
Fuzzy Matching 101 - Part I
By Lewis Fogden
Tags: Python

Often when dealing with internal data - whether it be from CRM or ERP systems, relational databases full of financial transactions or product information, or anything else of a...


Mon 28 November 2016
The Keyrus Blog Part I - Choosing our Stack
By Lewis Fogden
Tags: Python Pelican Nginx Aws

Now that the Keyrus UK blog has been up and running for a little while, with both the design and underlying processes settling into place, we thought it would be...