datascienceblog.net now exists already for more than one month. In this post I offer a look behind the scenes of the blog and show the progress that has been made with respect to content, features of the blog, SEO, and search traffic.
Need a holiday from data science? Then this page is for you because this category encompasses all the posts that are not directly associated with data science. Until now, these posts have mostly dealt with blogging with Hugo but let’s see what the future brings. Anyway, I don’t plan to stray too far away from the intended focus of the blog, so there should never be too many posts under this category.
With Staticman it is possible to integrate user-generated content into static sites. Here, I demonstrate how Staticman can be used to implement polls into websites that are generated with Hugo.
In this post, I clean up and augment a data set that provides their taste characteristics. The improved data set is augmented with the regions where the distilleries are situated, as well as their geological location in terms of longitude and latitude.
Staticman is an API that can be used to implement a commenting system for static websites. Here, I discuss how I managed to set up my own instance of the Staticman API and how it can be integrated into a Hugo site.
If your site is not structured well, you may have a lot of duplicate content that can result from taxonomies (e.g. tags/category pages). Here, I show how this problem can be solved by setting the noindex meta tag for Hugo taxonomy pages.
Do you want to create a blog? It has never been easier than using Hugo, a static website generator. This post explores how it is possible to have a website up and running in only 5 simple steps.