• Python: Python for Data Science and Machine Learning

  • By: Andy Vickler
  • Narrated by: Helpful Matthew
  • Length: 5 hrs and 2 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Are you thinking about learning data science? Do you know how to code in Python and want to take your learning further? Then you've come to the right place.

Data is more available today than it ever has been and in much larger quantities than ever before. And it's only set to increase. Because of that, we need to evolve in how we process data, and that's where data science comes in.

But let's not forget machine learning, a subset of data science that offers us ways of examining and analyzing data to draw meaningful insights. Machine learning and data science are our future, and if you choose not to go down the route of learning it to an expert level, you should at least understand how it all works.

Here's what you will find in this audiobook:

  • Learn what data science and machine learning are and their limitations
  • Be introduced to NumPy and working with NumPy arrays
  • Be introduced to Pandas and data manipulation
  • Be introduced to Matplotlib and Seaborn and data visualization
  • Discover an in-depth introduction to machine learning
  • Master popular machine learning algorithms
  • Learn how to implement classification and regression with Python

Python is the most popular computer programming language and by far the best for data science and machine learning. An intuitive language, it offers all the tools needed to analyze data, manipulate it, produce visualizations, and so much more.

Don't slip behind. Data science is the future so embark on a journey you will never regret.

©2021 Andy Vickler (P)2021 Andy Vickler

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Good way to learn python from the basics on up

Pretty good book for learning python. I didn't use the recommended interface from the book, but there are lots of ways to interface with python. Notepad ++ is good for code editing. I recommend this book to someone who is learning from scratch.

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The best way to get started in Python!

This book will take you from zero to hero (well on the path to hero) in Python! It covers how to get started with the downloading process all the way to pushing your very own web application online!

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What a Great place to Start

My experience with programming was in C++ over a decade ago. I have always had a desire to learn to program because why not learn to speak another language that is so useful. Well this book even though I have only had it for a few days now is amazing.

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This book still deserves

It is very straight forward, building skills and competency from the ground up. i also really liked that there was a git and section included because version control platforms can be confusing at first, but with a straight forward explanation, not hard to get used to.