12 Years of Gmail, Part 5: Mail

Posted on 05 December 2016 in Technology • Tagged with 12 years of gmail, email, graphing, plotly, python, takeout inspector, wordcloud

This post is part of my series, 12 Years of Gmail, taking a look at the data Google has accumulated on me over the past 12 years of using various Google services and documenting the learning experience developing an open source Python project (Takeout Inspector) to analyze that data.

After taking a look at the chat data in my export, I am finally ready to move on to some of the actual mail! Much of what I will look at here is pretty similar to what I was able to turn up with chat data. I tried to branch out a bit, bringing in a new package to create word clouds, and also refactored some of the Takeout Inspector code to form the beginning of a more "formal" report generating process (instead of just spitting out a single HTML file with only a certain subset of the data). Hopefully I can continue to improve this to a point allowing for easier report generation for any user. Anyway, on to the mail data!

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