The “numpy, pandas and data visualization” course for 2023 is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the three most essential libraries in Python data science. Participants will learn how to use NumPy to perform mathematical operations, manipulate arrays, and create simulations. They will also learn how to use Pandas to clean and transform data, perform exploratory data analysis, and create powerful visualizations.
Additionally, participants will learn how to use Matplotlib and Seaborn to create high-quality graphs and visualizations to communicate complex data insights. This course is ideal for individuals who want to develop skills in data science, and participants will gain the tools necessary to effectively analyze and visualize data, providing valuable insights for any business or industry.
numpy,pandas and data visualisation course 2023 Description
Nearly every scientist working in Python draws on the power of NumPy.
NumPy brings the computational power of languages like C and Fortran to Python, a language much easier to learn and use. With this power comes simplicity: a solution in NumPy is often clear and elegant.
We’ll start with a NumPy primer to introduce arrays and array properties, practice common operations like indexing, slicing, filtering and sorting, and explore important concepts like vectorization and broadcasting.
Pandas is an open-source library that is made mainly for working with relational or labeled data both easily and intuitively. It provides various data structures and operations for manipulating numerical data and time series. This library is built on top of the NumPy library. Pandas is fast and it has high performance & productivity for users.
Why learn pandas?
If you’ve spent time in a spreadsheet software like Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers, or Google Sheets and are eager to take your data analysis skills to the next level, this course is for you!
Data Analysis with Pandas and Python introduces you to the popular Pandas library built on top of the Python programming language.
Pandas is a powerhouse tool that allows you to do anything and everything with colossal data sets — analyzing, organizing, sorting, filtering, pivoting, aggregating, munging, cleaning, calculating, and more!
I call it “Excel on steroids”!
Over the course of more than 19 hours, I’ll take you step-by-step through Pandas, from installation to visualization! We’ll cover hundreds of different methods, attributes, features, and functionalities packed away inside this awesome library. We’ll dive into tons of different datasets, short and long, broken and pristine, to demonstrate the incredible versatility and efficiency of this package.
Data Analysis with Pandas and Python is bundled with dozens of datasets for you to use. Dive right in and follow along with my lessons to see how easy it is to get started with pandas!
Whether you’re a new data analyst or have spent years (*cough* too long *cough*) in Excel, Data Analysis with pandas and Python offers you an incredible introduction to one of the most powerful data toolkits available today!
Matplotlib is easy to use and an amazing visualizing library in Python. It is built on NumPy arrays and designed to work with the broader SciPy stack and consists of several plots like line, bar, scatter, histogram, etc.
As the name implies, in this section you will learn how Matplotlib works and how a variety of charts are generated.
It gives you a solid understanding and a lot of aha-moments when it comes to creating and / or customizing charts that you haven’t dealt with before.
Create 2D Charts
In this section, you will generate plethora of charts using Matplotlib OOP, and Pandas and mix them together to achieve the maximum efficiency and granular control over graphs.
Axes Statistical Charts
Here we will learn how to make statistical charts such as Auto Correlation, Boxplots, Violinplots and KDE plots with Matplotlib OOP and Pandas.
Seaborn, a high-level interface to Matplotlib helps make statistical plots with ease and charm. It is a must-know library for data exploration and super easy to learn. And in this section, we will create Regression plots, Count plots, Barplots, Factorplots, Jointplots, Boxplots, Violin plots and more.