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Online Training Python Data Science Essentials
The Python Data Science Essentials video series takes you through all you need to know to succeed in data science using Python. Get insights into the core of Python data, including the latest versions of Jupyter Notebook, NumPy, Pandas and scikit-learn. In this course, you will delve into building your essential Python 3.6 data science toolbox, using a single-source approach that will allow to work with Python 2.7 as well. Get to grips fast with data munging and preprocessing, and prepare for machine learning and visualization techniques.About the Authors : Alberto Boschetti is a data scientist with expertise in signal processing and statistics. He holds a PhD in telecommunication engineering and currently lives and works in London. In his work projects, he faces challenges ranging from Natural Language Processing (NLP), behavioral analysis, and machine learning to distributed processing. He is very passionate about his job and always tries to stay updated about the latest developments in data science technologies, attending meet-ups, conferences, and other events.Luca Massaron is a data scientist and marketing research director specializing in multivariate statistical analysis, machine learning, and customer insight, with over a decade’s experience solving real-world problems and generating value for stakeholders by applying reasoning, statistics, data mining, and algorithms. From being a pioneer of web audience analysis in Italy to achieving the rank of a top ten Kaggler, he has always been very passionate about every aspect of data and its analysis, and also about demonstrating the potential of data-driven knowledge discovery to both experts and non-experts. Favoring simplicity over unnecessary sophistication, Luca believes that a lot can be achieved in data science just by doing the essentials.
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