Simple data visualisation in python

Some easy Python

Using some sample data from a course I'm enrolled in I decided to try my hand creating a visualization model with python. I had some prior experience being enrolled on a machine learning class, but because I feel I'm barely a beginner at this stuff I decided to practice with this data set.

The file I used for the data can be found on my Github.

The data is in a csv file and contains the following columns


As my final project on my Spring Boot / Full Stack-course, I decided to create a game of breakout. Link to game provided below as well as a link to the git-page with all the source code for the application. The game uses the internal, temporary h2 database, due to personal time constraints.

Solving the quadratic equasion with python


I started a new python data mining course that started from python basics. Won't be posting the basic stuff here until I get to the more interesting stuff with pandas, numpy, sckit-learn and matpilotlib. Just a fun little way to solve the quadratic function

# Solves the quadratic equasion

def quadSol(a,b,c):

v = (b**2) - (4*a*c)

xplu = -b-(m.sqrt(v))/2*a

xm = (-b+m.sqrt(v))/(2*a)

print("(" + str(xplu)+ " , " + str(xm) + ")")

def main():

a = 1

b = 5

c = 6

Convert .doc files to .txt using Windows Powershell

This simple script converts Microsoft Word .doc files to .txt files for my txt/log file scan through script to sift through. 

# Run through all doc-type files in a folder and convert them in to .txt-files


function wordConversion{


# Specify location

$location = Get-Location

# Get all doc-files

$files = Get-ChildItem -Filter *.doc*


# Create word-object


$word = New-Object -ComObject 'Word.Application'


Powershell text search tool

Text search tool in Powershell

Wrote a quick search tool for Windows that uses some cmdlets from Powershell to search through txt-files,finds certain key words and writes them in a easily readable format inside a potentially user defined outfile. (github)

The tool ask for the file being searched for and the word that the user wants to search these files for.



A game of snake


A game of snake

As the last assignment of our java-course we had to create any kind of java based project that used a servlet based web-programming structure. The project had to include a database connection and a full create, read, update and delete that creates a table off the stored data in the database. 

Java homework part 5.


Been a while since my last post. Some of my homework has been really simple so I didn't find them post worthy but the previous week we dove into exceptions and maps/hashmaps.

I found exception handling to be extremely interesting and probably really valuable information when it comes to my future with coding. the program I will be going through below is the the last exercise of 4 utilizing both hashmaps and exception handling.

Print a console square in C#


So I also started a C# (C sharp) course. The first task utilized the stuff I'd learned on my C - course

The first task was to print a simple square with nothing in the middle using C#.

This ended up being quite fun and I was able to implement stuff I'd learned previously! The print happened with a simple 2 x for-loop with i controlling the height of the square and j controlling the width. The output of the code was

Python homework part.3


Soooo... I sort of got lost in doing the exercises and completed 15 exercises since the last one. I think I'll just post the more demanding ones so there will be between one to two examples of what I did per subject. I'll include some screenshots again on how the programs functioned. I've only got two subjects left after these ones. I hope I can manage to complete them today. First up is sub-functions.