Programming

Sep
01
Data Science with Judgement Data – My PDPC Decisions Journey

Data Science with Judgement Data – My PDPC Decisions Journey

An interesting experiment to apply what I learnt in Data Science to the area of law.
8 min read
Jul
19
This is what "no-code" should look like — Notion

This is what "no-code" should look like — Notion

What do we really want from a "no-code" product? Notion shows we want well designed software which can deliver a big impact in small ways.
8 min read
Jun
17
Let the Robots do the talking — Exploring TTS

Let the Robots do the talking — Exploring TTS

Speaking has always been a big part of being a lawyer. You use your voice to make submissions in the
5 min read
Aug
19
Toying around with Hugging Face transformers and PDPC decisions

Toying around with Hugging Face transformers and PDPC decisions

The default hugging face transformers are given a run on three samples of PDPC decisions on NER, summarisation and QA.
8 min read
Jun
24
Mining PDFs to obtain better text from Decisions

Mining PDFs to obtain better text from Decisions

After several attempts at wrangling with PDFs, I managed to extract more text information from complicated documents using PDFMiner.
9 min read
Jun
16
Get your daily dose of Sudoku with a little bit of Python

Get your daily dose of Sudoku with a little bit of Python

I’m always trying my best to be a good husband. Unfortunately, compared to knitting, cooking and painting, computer programming
4 min read
Jan
28
Take your notebooks to Jupyter with Docker!

Take your notebooks to Jupyter with Docker!

I have always liked Jupyter Notebooks. They were my first contact with python and made the language fun and easy.
4 min read
Dec
12
Get rid of the muff: pre-processing PDPC Decisions

Get rid of the muff: pre-processing PDPC Decisions

This post is part of a series on my Data Science journey with PDPC Decisions. Check it out for more
5 min read
Dec
02
Automate Boring Stuff: Get Python and your Web Browser to download your judgements

Automate Boring Stuff: Get Python and your Web Browser to download your judgements

This post is part of a series on my Data Science journey with PDPC Decisions. Check it out for more
7 min read