TidyBlocks Webinar

If you’ve ever played with Scratch or another blocks-based programming tool and said, “Gee, I wish I could use something like this to wrangle data,” you’re in luck: http://tidyblocks.tech uses the same JavaScript framework as Scratch to provide blocks that select, filter, group, and plot data. It’s aimed at high school students making their first foray into statistics or data analysis, and it’s 100% open source—if you’re interested using it, or in honing your JS skills and helping us make it better, come join us at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tidyblocks-discussion-tickets-71447115245 on Sept 17 for a discussion, or check out our GitHub repo at https://github.com/tidyblocks/tidyblocks.

And if you want to hire the person who built it, https://maya.rbind.io/ is currently on the job market and you will be very grateful you added her to your team.

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