Sep 28, 2021
This is the practical course.There is some concepts and assignments like: pandas, data-frame, merge and time. The asg 3 and asg4 are difficult but I think that it's very useful and improve my ability.
May 9, 2020
The course had helped in understanding the concepts of NumPy and pandas. The assignments were so helpful to apply these concepts which provide an in-depth understanding of the Numpy as well as pandans
By Barb H•
Jul 17, 2020
I understand that the goal of this course is to push us to a higher level of understanding of Python and Pandas. I would rather put my time/energy into real world problems than blindly try to guess what the autograder for this course is looking for. A big disappointment.
By Jean-Michel P•
Jun 2, 2021
Course material only touches the surface of the actual content. Student is expected to do most of the learning by searching on google for what the lecture doesn't cover (which is almost all of the content). The assignments are completely disconnected from the lectures.
By Pushkar K•
Apr 22, 2022
Very poorly done course, with no real structure and lack of real world applications. Just a bunch of material picked up from the book with a dry format resulting in very slow learning outcomes. I believe the course from UPenn is superior to this one. Do not recommend!
By Hashem A•
Jun 1, 2019
Actually I wanted to select zero stars!
I never leave reviews but for this course I will make an exception. This is the worst course I have taken period. Instructor robotically reading ill-prepared material off a prompter. Save time and money and just use google.
By Remy A•
May 20, 2018
Jupyter notebooks used for assignments work sporadically at best. I've spent about half my time during assignments troubleshooting notebook issues. It has been far more beneficial looking at the official pandas documentation and tutorials than taking this course.
Sep 14, 2021
This course doesnt teach you , its more of a guide through documentation . Explanations are thin , compared to python for everybody and python 3 programming done by University of Michigan this course is not worth the time and effort. Better to just read a book .
By John M H•
Jun 16, 2019
Might as well just list the assignments, and skip the videos. I don't really feel the videos provide any useful introduction or helpful information about how to solve the assignments, it's basically up to me googling and reading documentation. Very disappointed.
By Mark M•
Jan 10, 2022
The lack of explicit and clear instructions for the assignments make this course far more difficult than it really has to be. It's like taking an exam with trick questions that are vague and ambiguous. Stay away from this course, it's a joke!
By Kongpyung M•
Nov 5, 2018
there was a technical problem on submitting the assignment, which I can not proceed on further week's lectures without completing the submission. I sent message and report the problem but nothing has solved even after 10 days.
By Roland H•
May 25, 2020
Wort course ever. Videos give only sneak previews and don't provide required information for the assignments. If I have to search for the all relevant information in the internet, then I don't need a video course at all.
By Aditya A•
May 19, 2020
The course is not very helpful nor does it cover any of the pandas functionalities in depth. Furthermore, it also uses an older version of pandas leading to what little that was being taught to be even more redundant.
Jul 15, 2020
The material in the videos is very light. The course does not teach pandas but gives you a small introduction and leave you with the assignment. If I have to search for every thing what is the purpose of the course?
By Adam S•
Aug 14, 2020
The level of lectures is unacceptable. Everything is strictly read from paper to the camera. All of the skills I've got were thanks to my own online research, as the explanaition of the lecturer was horrible.
By Nikhil T•
May 16, 2020
Worst course I strongly recommend not going through course. Here the code is executed and he tells briefly and the assignments are the things which come in ahead topics. Not to mention the grader has issues.
By SANYAM J•
May 14, 2020
Why didn't you taught the stuff you meant to give in the assessments, if one had to learn independently you could've provided with assignments only. Also too much rush during the programming tutorial.
By Sharad B•
Jul 22, 2019
I am spending more time to deal with auto grader issues than learn something. This is so frustrating despite having good course contents. Frustrating and waste of my time and effort and money.
By Jhair A•
Apr 20, 2021
This the worst course that I have ever seen. The instructors do not teach anything. I have experience with Python programming and I dropped the course at the first week. Its a waste of time.
By BO F•
Feb 1, 2021
Very awful experience!
Compared with python 3 programming specialization, this first course's assignment is too difficult for student to handle, and less practices to handle these knowledges.
By Hossam A•
May 1, 2022
This is the worst experience ever
The instructor is speaking too fast in a monotunic, and the code he's writing is in too fast pace without caring to give the learner the time to follow up
By Dulain T G•
May 30, 2020
The instructor is the embodiment of monotony - adding to that, his lecutres are lacklustre, uninformative, and the student has to live and breathe on stack overflow for every assignment.
By Vasil D•
Dec 7, 2016
Lessons were ok but the assignments were really frustrating, not because of the questions itself but because the questions were organised badly or were really vague and confusing.
By SHARLIN S•
Mar 3, 2022
Horrible experience with the course. The instructor just reads out from a script and the speed is horrible. The assignments are so hard, and its not even taught in the course.
By Suvansh B•
May 31, 2019
Not much practice work, one will easily forget the concepts. The mentor speaks and types too fast, most of the time you will lag behind. Its like someone is reading a book.
By Shahriar R D•
May 6, 2020
The course contents are great but the instructors are not. I struggled a lot and had to watch a lot of tutorials from other places and finally I learned the contents.
By Henrique R•
Sep 7, 2020
Explanations are superficial, and it relies too heavily on self-learning. For that I can simply check Python's documentation without paying the course's monthly fee.