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Doctor Moxie
NHS Accountant and Excel whizz with a penchant for pivot tables - tutorials have a healthcare focus. Newbie programmer starting with in June.
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Doctor Moxie May 16
A new blog sharing a macro that will split a large spreadsheet into multiple spreadsheets based on the value of a given field. The example shows how to split a monthly NHS monitoring report by commissioner.
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Doctor Moxie May 15
How to Clear the Pivot Table Filter Cache. Cleaning up for a new year of data or simply removing errors that still show in your pivot filter lists.
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Doctor Moxie May 9
New blog illustrating the use of the Code to Group spreadsheet with a Acute Kidney Injury as the example. HRG Grouping logic for NHS payment.
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Doctor Moxie Apr 25
Episode 1 Series is of was so inspiring. 54 yo woman teaching herself to code in order to create an iPhone app for victims of domestic violence. Yes!
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Doctor Moxie Mar 31
R1D23 Still working on classes today - building a ruby address book application. I got up early to start coding and the freshness seemed to help with my comprehension, or perhaps its the repetition. Either way I feel like I'm finally getting it.
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Doctor Moxie Mar 28
R1D21 of Working with ruby blocks in Treehouse. It made me sweat a bit. I feel like I am on the edge of my understanding now. About to teeter into the abyss...
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Doctor Moxie Mar 6
My favourite GETPIVOTDATA hack:
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Doctor Moxie Mar 4
Replying to @DanielCornwall
thanks for the boost. I like your training log, it has encouraged me to be less lazy with mine.
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Doctor Moxie Mar 4
R1D14 of Chapter 5 of TWGR sent me into a tail spin. I can't get my head around self. I tried some Ruby katas on Codewars and just can't get them to run, even at 8kyu. In desperation I headed to Learn Ruby the Hard Way. Ex 13 onwards.
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Doctor Moxie Feb 25
R1D12 started learning CSS Grid with the polished and free tutorial on scrimba The grid-template-area methodology is inspired.
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Doctor Moxie Feb 11
R1D6 completed Chapter 4 of TWGR. Classes and modules. Error capture with method_missing methods, which illustrate the use of super to pick up the kernel method_missing (or next highest definition).
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Doctor Moxie Feb 9
Almost finished chapter 3 of TWGR for R1D4 of . Covered inheritance and then some really conceptually tricky stuff about objects that are classes and classes that are objects. Did my head in really.
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Doctor Moxie Feb 7
Replying to @agiletortoise
and that fixed it - thanks for the help. I like that app.
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Doctor Moxie Feb 7
blimey that was quick. Sorry I just discovered you have a dedicated account so I just deleted and resent my tweet. Didn’t mean to spam you!
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Doctor Moxie Feb 7
Hey Is there a problem with the Drafts app? The markdown toolbar takes total priority on my screen, squishing my writing off the screen and leaving me with a vast space of nothingness. Very disconcerting.
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Doctor Moxie Feb 7
Yesterday was of and I finished Chapter 2 of objects and arguments galore.
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Doctor Moxie Feb 5
R1D2 of yesterday. Worked through chapter 2 of The Well Grounded Rubyist. It’s a pretty thorough book, glad it wasn’t my first intro to Ruby though.
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Doctor Moxie Feb 4
I’m starting with in June so it seems like a great time to start the challenge. Html recaps for today.
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Doctor Moxie Nov 20
Using Pivot Tables to Compare Data beats the VLOOKUP method hands down.
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Doctor Moxie Oct 27
I'm on a SQL Server roll - new pictorial showing how to easily import csv as SQL table.
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