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September 2024


  • Update patterns and solution sections of Datanota-Sage

  • Revise color algorithm for the new versions of Datanota-Accent



  • Datanota-Accent development is done with 6 style options

  • A new tag, "paradigm", is added to blog for fundamental concepts

December 2023

Datanota code repository transitioned from Bitbucket to GitHub for its public release. Data-360 sections have enhanced to include mock data generation using  Random and Faker packages. Apache-Hadoop and Apache-Hive configuration supports the insights and feature engineering sections, leveraging Apache-Spark and PySpark. Finally, pattern recognition and prototype solutions progressed to the next phase of completion process.

December 2022

2022 was a pivotal year for Datanota, as prototypes evolved from initial drafts to fully developed MVPs. Originally created for SQL query testing, Datanota-Sage transitioned into data-360: a comprehensive end-to-end data science application. By the end of 2022, the design for Data-360 sections and Atlassian Trello tasks were finalized for completion.

December 2021

During the pandemic, Datanota's development evolved naturally through a combination of hand-drawn sketches, digital wireframes and sketch app prototypes and images. Utilizing Python-native tools such as KIVY, much of the year was devoted to developing initial versions of Datanota-Accent and Datanota-Amber. Additionally, posted details about the tools and technologies used to create initial drafts on Datanota blog.

December 2016

Datanota website was developed using basic client-side tools such as HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, and JavaScript libraries.

Hosted on an AWS EC2 server, Datanota had a simple file tree system. It offered only one desktop application for download. This app, created using Electron, Node.js, and npm libraries, was an educational tool for teaching data analytics

Visit GitHub for Code and How-to Guides

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