Excited to learn from New Hampshire / Boston

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Excited to learn from New Hampshire / Boston

Postby Ronak Padukone » Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:16 pm

Hey everyone, I'm Ronak Padukone. I am a recent graduate with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and I'm so excited I was allowed to join the conversation. I admittedly am just growing my few skills I picked up in college and most (but not all!) of the projects I have done so far were for fun vs real world application. I am really excited to learn from all of you however and hope that someday I can contribute something of my own as well.

I love nature, traveling, and learning - which is exactly why I am here. Once I find a job I plan on: playing the piano again, teaching myself how to code Python, and hopefully applying what I learn to some cool projects that will eventually lead me to something even cooler. If y'all have any tips on how I can add to the conversation / contribute to what you do here please let me know. I'm all ears!
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Re: Excited to learn from New Hampshire / Boston

Postby Donovan Ready » Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:26 pm

Welcome, Ronak.

There's lots to learn here, there, and elsewhere.

Coding in Python is pretty easy once you've mastered some other language like C. Do you use LaTeX markup for any of your papers? How about R?

I ask because I just added Tex for the board, and I've been looking at finding an interactive R plugin that will allow us to visualize data in meaningful ways.
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