All Of My Google Analytics Data Disappeared!

Yesterday was a reminder of how much I still have to learn about using Google Analytics. I created a new view to see my site traffic excluding my own ip and applied it. With the new view applied, the traffic coming in from sources besides my own ip were… nothing. There were absolutely no visits to Read More

I Just Started My Nanodegree

Yesterday marked the beginning of my Udacity Nanodegree in Predictive Analytics for Business; from 8pm onwards in fact. At 8:01pm I was refreshing the page and finally accessing the content. Not much later I was already beginning to work on my first project. Then this morning I was working on it again in the hope I Read More

Never Back Down!… Is Not Great Advice

Tonight at 8pm the Nanodegree course I enrolled on, Predictive Analytics for Business, finally opens. You would think I would be writing about that tonight, but no. Even though I am pretty excited (and a little intimidated) by it, I have something else in mind. Failure! Again! Over the last couple of weeks I have spent Read More

Failing At A Paid Course And Enjoying It

Today I took the plunge on the Business Statistics Specialization I’ve been enjoying for the past few weeks. I fully enrolled with the 7 day free trial then £37 a month until I complete the course. Why? Because I finally started working on the final capstone course and saw that there are peer-reviewed assessments. Having got Read More

It’s Great To Be New At Something

I’ve been setting up my site for the last few days and found a lot of things to work on. The theme right, the layout, enabling SSL and anti-spam and a host of other things. There’s a lot that goes into running a website, and I certainly haven’t covered it all yet! While I was slightly Read More

Welcome To IainSaunders.uk!

After much consideration, and discussing several different options with my lovely wife, I have finally decided to go ahead with my own website; IainSaunders.uk. Welcome! Although it might seem like a really easy name for me to use, I spent a couple of weeks trying to figure out what exactly to name it. My main obstacle Read More