In this blog, we shall discuss about how to use H2O to build a few supervised machine learning models. H2O is a Java-based software for data modeling and general computing, with the primary purpose of it being a distributed, parallel, in memory processing engine. It needs to be installed first (…Continue
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We have created a language that is faster than python in every way, works with the entire Java ecosystem (such as the Spring framework, Eclipse and many more) and can be deployed into embedded devices seamlessly, allowing you to collect and process data from pretty much any device you want even without internet.
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A debate rages on page one of Hacker News about the merits of the world's most downloaded time-series library. Facebook’s …Continue
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React is the most popular library for the development of e-commerce applications. React templates for building eCommerce apps are the combination of several components and elements. These small components are…Continue
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One question that every beginner in machine learning or data science has is the choice of programming language. Python and R are very much influencing the industry now. Though Python and R are very much in demand, in an individual’s perspective, one language might be more convenient than the other. Here, we will discuss briefly how Python or R…Continue
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Amazon, as the largest e-commerce corporation in the United States, offers the widest range of products in the world. Their product data can be useful in a variety of ways, and you can easily extract this data with web scraping. This guide will help you develop your approach for extracting product and pricing information from Amazon, and you’ll…Continue
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Data science is one of the hottest topics in the market nowadays. It is one of those industries that has revolutionized the world. It associates two chief technologies, big data and artificial intelligence, and utilizes them to examine and process datasets. It also uses machine learning, which helps to strengthen artificial intelligence. Data science has thoroughly improved and modernized every industry it has touched, including marketing, finance, social media,…Continue
Here is a paper which gives a set of coding puzzles which could be useful for technical interviews in data science.
The paper introduces a new type of programming challenge called programming puzzles, as an objective and comprehensive evaluation of program synthesis, and release an open-source dataset of Python Programming Puzzles…Continue
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Have you ever had a question about which programming language is best for data science and machine learning? To become a data scientist or a machine learning expert, you will have to learn various programming languages. So, in this article, we will be talking about…Continue
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Welcome Back to Part II article. Hope you all enjoyed the content coverage there, here will continue with the same rhythm and learn more in that space.
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Every Data Scientist knows that Pandas and NumPy are very powerful libraries, due its capabilities and flexibilities. In this article, we're going to…Continue
Hey GEEKS! Here's my new blog on Pandas library, an in-depth tool for Data science learners.
It's never too difficult to transform your dataset into a valuable piece for your project. It requires deep research and study about knowing what is your interesting part of data.
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In this article, we will explore the Liskov’s substitution principle, one of the SOLID principles and how to implement it in a Pythonic way. The SOLID principles entail a series of good practices to achieve better-quality software. In case some of you aren’t aware of what SOLID stands for, here it is:
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A Python operator is a symbol that performs an operation on one or greater operands. An operand is a variable or a price on which we perform the operation. data science with python training
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The increasing constraints of the perimeter have opened up avenues for technological invention. Although there are some serious concerns regarding web applications' security, developments around the world have not stopped. However, this has resulted in the increased use of…Continue
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In my last post, I have compared R to Julia, showing how Julia brings a refreshening programming mindset to the Data Science community. The main takeaway is that…Continue
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