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What will you learn from this course?
1. Course Introduction
- What is Bash?
2. Project 1: Analyzing the ‘US News’ University Ranking Data
- Unirank: Data Preview (head, pipe and csvlook)
- Find the colleges in the ranklist (grep, pipe and wc)
- Finding the percent of colleges in the ranklist (wc, grep)
- Listing the Institutes from a given state (grep)
- Test your skills
3. Project 2: Facebook Data Mining
- FB: Data Preview (csvstat, csvcut, head, cat)
- Finding the number of status entry (csvcut, sort, uniq)
- Find the most popular status entry (awk, sort, cat, csvcut, head)
- Finding the most popular entry (Bash function)
- Test your skills
4. Project 3: Australian Cities Crime Statistics
- AU Crime Stats: Introduction
- Data Preview
- Row and Columns Statistics (sed, wc, head, cat)
- Finding the top most crime in the whole country (sort, tail, awk)
5. Project 4: Shakespearean-era plays and poems data mining
- Plays and Poems: Data Preview (cat, cut, head and csvlook)
- Counting the Plays and Poems (head, sed, grep, wc)
- Finding plays/poems by each author (sed, sort, uniq, head)
- Finding the most frequent words by Shakespeare
- Project Summary