A simple javascript substitution bookmarklet

You can invoke Godwin's on this one, but I don't really care.

Consider this following piece of javascript code (adapted from here, as my JS is really rusty):

function htmlreplace(a, b, element) {
    if (!element) element = document.body;
    var nodes = element.childNodes;
    for (var n=0; n<nodes.length; n …
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Unemployment in Europe, 2002 - 2015

Another weekend, another small visualization project with publicly available data I do. This time, I have tackled the problem of unemployment in Europe: how has it changed per country since the start of the crisis in 2007, and the posterior European debt meltdown? Surely we can plot it to have …

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Data Links #21

Brief reminder: the weekly Data Links article is the place where I gather all the links involving data science (and some other unrelated topics) that I found interesting during last week. Unless there is some major disruption, you can expect to find it every Monday (time might vary) here.

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