Beware of the Ides of March! Friends, Dataikers, Countrymen, lend me your ears. We are celebrating the top contributors from last month! As a reminder, we’ll be providing a quick acknowledgement and thank you for the top contributors to community posts from the prior month.
As we saw last month, there is lots of great activity across the community on all sorts of topics. These posters helped keep the discussions lively and bright throughout February:
@Herve - Like a distinguished Roman Senator, Herve’s body of work consists of 6 conversations, 10 replies, 2 solutions authored, and 2 solutions accepted.
Check out some of Herve’s work: ML-assisted Labeling install failed; code provided in "Sessionization in Python" does not work
@Ignacio_Toledo - A true Consul of Rome, Ignacio authored 30 replies, gave 31 kudos, received 24 kudos and authored 4 solutions
Some of Ignacio’s solutions include: Percentage of votes by political party; Recipes with Time Range dependence partitions: is it possible to ignore missing partitions?; Write to a worksheet within an Excel (.xslx) spreadsheet
@Tuong-Vi -Bid Tuong-Vi run, and they will strive with things impossible! In February, Tuong-Vi published 6 replies, gave 8 kudos, received 6 kudos, and accepted 1 solution
Check out some of Tuong-Vi’s replies here: About dkuGetProjectVariables function in R API and Updating existing dataset
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