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Python Primer for Data Scientists | Quickstart to Python Basics (TTPS4871)

This course aims to provide students with a basic knowledge of the core concepts that can serve as an information platform to follow up with more real-world experience and in-depth training.

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This course aims to provide students with a basic knowledge of the core concepts that can serve as an information platform to follow up with more real-world experience and in-depth training.

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About this course:

Python Primer for Data Scientists – A Professional Introduction is a course for one-day that leads business analysts and data analysts (as well as everyone who is interested in data science) to the programming language of Python, as it is often used on online notebooks in data science. This course aims to provide students with a basic knowledge of the core concepts that can serve as an information platform to follow up with more real-world experience and in-depth training.

The course starts with a brief overview of Python, with both web notebook-based and script-based Python demonstrations, and then dives into Python's essentials necessary for a data scientist. The course's tail end discusses a rapid integration of this expertise with the main libraries of the Data science like Pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib, and SciKit.

The normal pay of a programmer of Python is $128,750 per year.

Course Objective:

Students will be led throughout the course through a progressively advanced topics series, where every topic comprises of demo, lecture, lab review and hands-on lab exercises. This "skills-centric," course is designed to educate students at an introductory level in core data science skills of Python, combined with best practices by the most recent, effective techniques.

Functioning within in a hands-on, engaging environment of learning, directed by our masters, students will explore:

  • The way to work in web notebooks with Python interactively.
  • The necessities of Python scripting
  • Important concepts required to come into the world of Data Science via Python

Audience:

This intro-level program is designed for data analysts and business analysts (or every individual in the data science realm) who are already functioning easily in Excel or other environments of spreadsheets utilizing numerical data. No prior experience of programming is needed, and now the only resource needed for the course is a browser.

Prerequisite:

Take Before: Applicants must have abilities of at least equal to the below course(s) or should have joined as a pre-requisite:

  • Understanding Data Science | A Technical Overview – a day (useful but not compulsory)
  • Functioning with Excel

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Subjects App Development
Lab Access No
Technology Programming Language
Learning Style Virtual Classroom
Learning Type Course
Difficulty Beginner
Course Duration 1 Day
Language English

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Tom Robertson
(Data Science Enthusiast)

Tom is an innovator first, and then a Data Scientist & Software Architect. He has integrated expertise in business, product, technology and management. Tom has been involved in creating category defining new products in AI and big data for different industries, which generated more than hundred million revenue cumulatively, and served more than 10 million users.
As a Data Scientist and Software Architect Tom has extensive experience in data science, engineering, architecture and software development. To date Tom has accumulated over a decade of experience in R, Python & Linux Shell programming.

Tom has expertise on Python, SQL, and Spark. He has worked on several libraries including but not limited to Scikit-learn, Pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib, Seaborn, SciPy, NLTK, Keras, and Tensorflow.

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