### Introduction

This post is inspired by a problem I was too busy/lazy to solve when I initially had it, but was also solved by finding an easier solution. Nevertheless, I’ve come back to it because there are times that the available easier solutions won’t go far enough to giving access to the types of data you might want to work with.

So the problem was, I wanted to have access to a store of data to practice working with Jupyter Notebook. At the time I had none to work with so I thought about a way to generate some random(ish) data to work with in order to get my practice in. This solution is kind of meta, I use Jupyter Notebook to generate data, so that I can work on the data in Jupyter Notebook.

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