Horizontal bar chart with 3 encodings using matplotlib

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The chart explains the gender difference in school performance based on different states of india. Full project report

Changing the title of github pages

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If you are a frequent user of github, you might have come across github pages, a service  to publish websites. Github pages are often helpful to explain/showcase your small projects with a neat webpage for each repository.

  • All you need is to include a markdown in your github repository by name INDEX.md and github pages will generate a webpage from it. There are many options as mentioned in documentation.
  • 3 easy steps to setup a webpage for a project.
    • If you are using ipython notebook, download your notebook as a markdown file
    • place “markdown file+resources” in your github repository inside docs folder (create one if doesn’t exist).
    • Rename the markdown as docs/INDEX.md to make it the default loader. Your project website is ready at the link “[usename].github.io/[projectname]”
    • By default project webpage shows repository name as the title of webpage. This can be edited if you create/edit the _config.yml file and place this content inside as key:value pairs. Make sure the value is passed as a string in quotes.
      theme: jekyll-theme-cayman
      title: "Title of the project goes here"
      description: "Subtitle/description which comes after title goes here"
      show_downloads: true # displays download button on the .io page
      

You can even use this to publish a Web-resume (get a resume template from w3schools).