Visualization of data with tools #TC1017 #Mastery30
I found this Tableau Software for the visualization 🙂
Tableau is one of the leading tools in the world of visualization. This is one of the quickest and easiest ways exist to create visualizations of data and information. Its operation is very intuitive, allowing the creation of high-level views, reports and dashboards with drag data so you can see changes in real time as they are incurred.
Tableau is useful for viewing because it allows us to show different representations of data in a single dashboard. It also gives us the ability to add extra information, either for example through the insertion of documents or web pages, that will broaden the understanding of the data.
The program is very easy to handle, making it accessible to everyone without programming domain. Highly visual.
Data analysis with tools (to be determined which tool) #TC1017 #Mastery29
The development of a comprehensive computer application should be performed by a number of common steps to all the methodologies. In these steps it is called the life cycle of an application. This cycle consists of six basic steps: analysis, design, coding, implementation, testing and maintenance.
The analysis examines the requirements that must meet the application. The result of the analysis is a specification sheet on which the application requirements appear. This sheet is drawn up by the person responsible for the process of creating the application. If you are creating simple algorithms or programs, the analysis is to assess these three basic steps:
Determining your inputs. That is, the data has to start the program execution. These data provide the result.
Determine the exits. That is, the data obtained as a result algorithm. What the algorithm returns the user.
Determining the process. Studied what the process is to be performed.
If you perform these steps before you start coding regardless of the language you use, you’re going to make quality programs and you will eliminate many errors that can arise if you analyze the program and the requirements they ask the program.
Creation and use of arrays in C++ #TC1017 #Mastery24
An array is a data structure, or more technically, a memory that stores a collection of items, all of the same type. Should imagine an array as a contiguous sequence of cells (memory spaces), or squares, each of which can save an item from the collection. Also, it is usual to draw as illustrated by the following figure:
This figure represents an array of seven squares each of which can be used to store a data. The dimension or size of an array is the number of cells that comprise it. It should be clear, then, that the above figure corresponds to an array of dimension 7.
Example of dimension
In 2 dimension be like
At the beginning I was thinking like how to do a sudoku in this way so here is and example
- Type of Variable
- Write array
- Name of the array
float array [A];
In this Code that I did, I wrote some comments explaining what it means each line
LINKS that I Used to explain and do my WSQ’s and this awesome Mastery 😀
Creation and use of matrixes in C++ #Mastery26 #TC1017
Usually this is the way people represented
or in this way
Matrices are used to represent complicated or time-consuming mathematical operations. A single matrix can hold an infinite number of calculations, which can then be applied to a number, vector, or another matrix. There are several operations that can be done on matrices, including addition, multiplication and inverse calculation; some of which will be discussed shortly.
Matriz are declaraed in this way
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