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Numpy For Data Science: 140+ Practical Exercises In Python

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Numpy For Data Science: 140+ Practical Exercises In Python
Published 2/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 221.42 MB | Duration: 0h 47m

Enhance your Python programming and data science abilities by completing more than 140+ NumPy exercises.​

What you'll learn
Develop a strong understanding of the fundamental concepts and capabilities of numpy , including array creation, indexing, slicing, reshaping etc
Become proficient in using various numpy functions and methods to manipulate and analyze data stored in arrays, such as aggregating, sorting or filtering.
Learn how to use numpy to perform advanced numerical computations, such as linear algebra
Gain practical experience applying numpy in real-world data analysis and scientific computing scenarios
Requirements
Basic knowledge of python and numpy
Description
This course will provide a comprehensive introduction to the NumPy library and its capabilities. The course is designed to be hands-on and will include over 140+ practical exercises to help learners gain a solid understanding of how to use NumPy to manipulate and analyze data. The course will cover key concepts such as :Array Routine CreationArange, Zeros, Ones, Eye, Linspace, Diag, Full, Intersect1d, TriArray ManipulationReshape, Expand_dims, Broadcast, Ravel, Copy_to, Shape, Flatten, Transpose, Concatenate, Split, Delete, Append, Resize, Unique, Isin, Trim_zeros, Squeeze, Asarray, Split, Column_stackLogic FunctionsAll, Any, Isnan, EqualRandom SamplingRandom.rand, Random.cover, Random.shuffle, Random.exponential, Random.triangularInput and OutputLoad, Loadtxt, Save, Array_strSort, Searching and CountingSorting, Argsort, Partition, Argmax, Argmin, Argwhere, Nonzero, Where, Extract, Count_nonzeroMathematicalMod, Mean, Std, Median, Percentile, Average, Var, Corrcoef, Correlate, Histogram, Divide, Multiple, Sum, Subtract, Floor, Ceil, Turn, Prod, Nanprod, Ransom, Diff, Exp, Log, Reciprocal, Power, Maximum, Square, Round, RootLinear AlgebraLinalg.norm, Dot, Linalg.det, Linalg.invString OperationChar.add, Char.split. Char.multiply, Char.capitalize, Char.lower, Char.swapcase, Char.upper, Char.find, Char.join, Char.replace, Char.isnumeric, Char.count.This course is designed for data scientists, data analysts, and developers who want to learn how to use NumPy to manipulate and analyze data in Python. It is suitable for both beginners who are new to data science as well as experienced practitioners looking to deepen their understanding of the NumPy library.
Overview
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Welcome to Numpy for Data Science
Lecture 3 Numpy
Section 2: Array Routine Creation
Lecture 4 Solution 1
Lecture 5 Solution 2
Lecture 6 Solution 3
Lecture 7 Solution 4
Lecture 8 Solution 5
Lecture 9 Solution 6
Lecture 10 Solution 7
Lecture 11 Solution 8
Lecture 12 Solution 9
Lecture 13 Solution 10
Lecture 14 Solution 11
Lecture 15 Solution 12
Section 3: Array Manipulation
Lecture 16 Solution 1
Lecture 17 Solution 2
Lecture 18 Solution 3
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Section 4: Logic Functions
Lecture 39 Solution 1
Lecture 40 Solution 2
Lecture 41 Solution 3
Lecture 42 Solution 4
Lecture 43 Solution 5
Lecture 44 Solution 6
Section 5: Random Sampling
Lecture 45 Solution 1
Lecture 46 Solution 2
Lecture 47 Solution 3
Lecture 48 Solution 4
Lecture 49 Solution 5
Lecture 50 Solution 6
Lecture 51 Solution 7
Lecture 52 Solution 8
Section 6: Input and Output
Lecture 53 Solution 1
Lecture 54 Solution 2
Lecture 55 Solution 3
Lecture 56 Solution 4
Lecture 57 Solution 5
Lecture 58 Solution 6
Section 7: Sorting, Searching & Counting
Lecture 59 Solution 1
Lecture 60 Solution 2
Lecture 61 Solution 3
Lecture 62 Solution 4
Lecture 63 Solution 5
Lecture 64 Solution 6
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Section 8: Linear Algebra
Lecture 86 Solution 1
Lecture 87 Solution 2
Lecture 88 Solution 3
Lecture 89 Solution 4
Lecture 90 Solution 5
Lecture 91 Solution 6
Lecture 92 Solution 7
Lecture 93 Solution 8
Lecture 94 Solution 9
Lecture 95 Solution 10
Lecture 96 Exercise 11
Section 9: Mathematical
Lecture 97 Solution 1
Lecture 98 Solution 2
Lecture 99 Solution 3
Lecture 100 Solution 4
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Section 10: String Operations
Lecture 129 Solution 1
Lecture 130 Solution 2
Lecture 131 Solution 3
Lecture 132 Solution 4
Lecture 133 Solution 5
Lecture 134 Solution 6
Lecture 135 Solution 7
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Lecture 144 Solution 16
Section 11: Installation & Configuration
Lecture 145 Intro
Lecture 146 What is Google Colaboratory?
Lecture 147 Google Colab and Github
Lecture 148 What is Anaconda Python?
Lecture 149 How to install Anaconda Python on Mac?
Lecture 150 How to install Anaconda Python on Windows?
Lecture 151 How to use Anaconda Navigator
Lecture 152 Jupyter and Spyder
A hands-on 140+ exercise course on numpy is suitable for anyone interested in learning or improving their skills in data analysis, scientific computing, or machine learning using numpy. This course would be especially useful for data scientists, engineers, researchers, or analysts who want to learn how to use numpy to manipulate, analyze, and visualize data efficiently.,This course would be a good fit for beginners who want to learn the basics of numpy as well as advanced users who want to deepen their understanding of numpy and learn more advanced techniques. However, some basic knowledge of programming and Python is typically required to get the most out of a numpy course.,If you have a specific application or project in mind that requires the use of numpy, a 140+ exercise course on numpy can help you acquire the skills and knowledge you need to complete that project effectively. It can also be a good way to prepare for more advanced courses or certifications in data science or machine learning, as numpy is a fundamental library used in many data analysis and machine learning tasks.

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