Python for Data Science – Course for Beginners (Learn Python, Pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib)

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This Python data science course will take you from knowing nothing about Python to coding and analyzing data with Python using tools like Pandas, NumPy, and Matplotlib.

💻 Code: https://github.com/datapublishings/Course-python-data-science

This is a hands-on course and you will practice everything you learn step-by-step. This course was created by Maxwell Armi. You can check out more of his data science videos on his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/AISciencesLearn

🎥 Learn more about Data Science with videos from freeCodeCamp’s Data Science Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWKjhJtqVAblQe2CCWqV4Zy3LY01Z8aF1

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction to the Course and Outline
⌨️ (0:03:53) The Basics of Programming
⌨️ (1:11:35) Why Python
⌨️ (1:33:09) How to Install Anaconda and Python
⌨️ (1:37:25) How to Launch a Jupyter Notebook
⌨️ (1:46:28) How to Code in the iPython Shell
⌨️ (1:53:33) Variables and Operators in Python
⌨️ (2:27:45) Booleans and Comparisons in Python
⌨️ (2:55:37) Other Useful Python Functions
⌨️ (3:20:04) Control Flow in Python
⌨️ (5:11:52) Functions in Python
⌨️ (6:41:47) Modules in Python
⌨️ (7:30:04) Strings in Python
⌨️ (8:23:57) Other Important Python Data Structures: Lists, Tuples, Sets, and Dictionaries
⌨️ (9:36:10) The NumPy Python Data Science Library
⌨️ (11:04:12) The Pandas Python Data Science Python Library
⌨️ (12:01:31) The Matplotlib Python Data Science Library
⌨️ (12:09:00) Example Project: A COVID19 Trend Analysis Data Analysis Tool Built with Python Libraries

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      Edric
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Watching this video even if it's only halfway through, I can't picture how much and useful the knowledge this gives. Easy to comprehend, straight to the point, applicable to real life needs, and overall just amazing. And it's also free, like TOTALLY FREE. Can't thank you and the team (others in the channel I suppose) enough for this, just.. marvelous

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      vasudev nigade
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      I thought codewithharry was the best coding channel but this is awesome but please get this content in hindi for native speakers

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      demolazer
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Fantastic video – thank you! However, in searchMinFromList(L, n), counter <= n returns an IndexError, since len(L) = 6 but the indexing goes from 0 to 5. Unless I'm missing something, it has to be counter < n instead for it to work. Or subtracting 1 from n before the loop.

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      jagadeesan srinivasan
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Thanks u so much i learned a lot ,i am india and i suggest this video to my frds also

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      Faballa Dembele
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      How to get the application ?

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      Anusha Hiremath
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Very interesting video and easy to understand. Although I have a doubt at 4:10:40. If x is positive can I write print(int(x)) to return only the integer value? I got the desired result though 😉 Below is my code….

      x= float(input("Enter a real number x= "))
      if x>0:
      print(int(x))
      if x%2 == 0:
      print("x is an even number")
      else:
      print("x is an odd number")
      else:
      print("Please enter a positive number")

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      BruuuSuuii
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      5:09:34 I didn’t understand the code can anyone help me?

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      Sports Switch
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Thank you very much for this course. It has been pleasure to learn to get all the information in amazing and simple way. Thank you for the free course. I hope everyone should learn from this guy.

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      Babio N
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Couldn't imagine a better jumping off point to learn this stuff. Thank you!

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      zack Ca
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Thank you <3

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      KitsuneAMVs
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      thanks 🙂

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      kevin Moukaila
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Hi thank you so much , but i have one doubt L[2] should 0 not -4 as you said in the course(in the beegning of the tutorial )

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      Tarak Gandhi
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Vscode is also a nice editor

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      Shoutout Tv
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Please make all tutorials with out numpy function

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      FixMaster
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Im from skill share, and this guys content is more legit than the guy at skill share, kudos mate

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      Naima Naheed
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Thanks a lot for creating such a great video. Could you please send the link for Covid_19_data.csv? I would really appreciate it. Because the link for GITHUB contains only .ipynb file not .csv file.

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      Michael reagan
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Thank you very much for this.
      Can you operate the jupyter notebook after closing the command prompt?

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      Alankit Dey
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      👍

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      Velin
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      Hats off to you, giving away free knowledge without even advertisements 🙏🔥

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      Mrs. Sumira Vempati
      May 26, 2022 08:23 am Reply

      An ultimate guide for the beginners. May I know the Tutor's name, NEERAJ GARG? Really awesome and all the libraries, dictionaries, are clearly depicted, from the scratch, that too free of cost. Thanks a lot and God Bless You all.

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