2019 was a good year for my blog. While we didn’t end up getting a lot of new readers, we did receive a small bump. There has also been a lot more interest in the books that are available on this site.
For the year 2019, these are the top ten most read:
- #1 – Creating PDFs with PyFPDF and Python
- #2 – Exporting Data from PDFs with Python
- #3 – Reading Excel Spreadsheets with Python and xlrd
- #4 – Determining if all Elements in a List are the Same in Python
- #5 – A Simple Step-by-Step Reportlab Tutorial
- #6 – How to Get a List of Class Attributes in Python
- #7 – Python: Using Turtles for Drawing Circles
- #8 – How to Export Jupyter Notebooks into Other Formats
- #9 – Python 201: A multiprocessing tutorial
- #10 – Python 3: An Intro to Enumerations
Note that none of these articles were actually written in 2019. Half of them were written in 2018 and one of them dates all the way back to 2010. Interestingly enough, my most popular article of 2019 is about using Python to take a photo of the black hole. That article ranks way down at #28.
For 2020, I am going to work hard at creating new content and tutorials that you will find useful in your Python journey. In the meantime, I hope you’ll enjoy reading the archives while I work on some new ones!