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About the Course

Kickstart your learning of Python for data science, as well as programming in general, with this beginner-friendly introduction to Python. Python is one of the world’s most popular programming languages, and there has never been greater demand for professionals with the ability to apply Python fundamentals to drive business solutions across industries. This course will take you from zero to programming in Python in a matter of hours—no prior programming experience necessary! You will learn Python fundamentals, including data structures and data analysis, complete hands-on exercises throughout the course modules, and create a final project to demonstrate your new skills. By the end of this course, you’ll feel comfortable creating basic programs, working with data, and solving real-world problems in Python. You’ll gain a strong foundation for more advanced learning in the field, and develop skills to help advance your career. This course can be applied to multiple Specialization or Professional Certificate programs. Completing this course will count towards your learning in any of the following programs: IBM Applied AI Professional Certificate Applied Data Science Specialization IBM Data Science Professional Certificate Upon completion of any of the above programs, in addition to earning a Specialization completion certificate from Coursera, you’ll also receive a digital badge from IBM recognizing your expertise in the field....

Top reviews

MA
May 16, 2020

The syllabus of the course takes you in a roller-coaster ride.\n\nFrom basic level to advance level and you won't feel any trouble nor hesitate a bit.\n\nIt's easy, it's vast, and it's really usefull.

HM
Nov 17, 2019

it becomes easier wand clearer when one gets to complete the assignments as to how to utilize what has been learned. Practical work is a great way to learn, which was a fundamental part of the course.

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By Alok R S

Dec 24, 2018

There's no fun in doing assignment in lab as almost all of the coding is done by them only , although we can learn lots of syntax and tricks .

By Paul B

Jan 16, 2020

Course was ok. Some random concept thrown in half way through. Assignment wasn't explained particularly well but overall a good introduction

By Yi C

Apr 21, 2019

Apparently the tutorial is a bit out-dated. Not able to generate plot using codes provided in Jupyter. Can't find my access_id stuff either.

By Joseph W

Mar 5, 2021

Quiz questions sometimes pop-up before the subject material is presented. Some sections, especially the last week of sections, feel rushed.

By Tharusha M

Aug 23, 2019

I don't think the study material was as informative - the assignment was straight out different to what was taught in the videos and labs.

By chahine a

Apr 18, 2021

The course should have videos which explain the solution for the labs, as most of them are really difficult and not for a beginner level

By Allison G

Dec 31, 2020

Too much was filled in on the notebooks. let us practice. more time spent on setting up and configuring Watson than on learning Python

By Steve H

Dec 30, 2020

Starts at a VERY basic level, then jumps ahead to advanced topics too quickly. Some instructions (e.g. Speech to Text API) do not work.

By Rūdolfs L

Aug 8, 2018

Good overall if you already have a grasp of python. Lots of mistakes with the coherency of the text vs the things displayed on screen.

By Cindy N

May 27, 2019

Course was easy but instructions for the exercises and the projects were very unclear, confusing, lacking and difficult to interpret.

By Enikeev A

Sep 13, 2018

course is good, but final task is awful! It took me 4-5 times to finally upload it correctly, so other students may have seen my work

By Christian M

Apr 29, 2019

The code that the teachers for this class wrote contains numerous errors and poor instructions leading to a great deal of confusion.

By Nakshatra G

Apr 10, 2020

Modules Such as Pandas, NumPy, API weren't clear it'd be good if we had a human instructor and the topics were explained in detail

By Ayse A K

Oct 13, 2019

Thank you all for this well structured, clean and concise course. Some in-depth examples on python functions could be more useful.

By Sudhanshu M

May 16, 2020

Week 4 of this course felt very rushed and many of the functions/methods used were not explained, especially in the API sections.

By Victor I S

Aug 3, 2019

The final test is so hardest than rest of the curse, I think that the curse should be faster in begginer and slower in the end.

By Rosana R

Jul 23, 2019

IBM Cloud storage has to be explained more deeply, and please update the material according to the actual state of IBM platform

By Anna K

Jan 30, 2019

Too straightforward and easy for those who have Python experience. At the same time, it summarizes the main points quite nicely

By Sarah D

Mar 9, 2021

The class goes too fast. Week 5 was particularly challenging. I had to do this class several times to grasp the basic concepts

By Juan R

Jul 20, 2020

The Course was disappointing. I worked for IBM for 10 years and thus I can assure that this course is way below IBM standards.

By Edgar T

Jun 10, 2019

The instructions for the Final Assignment were not clear enough to accomplish without help from either teachers or classmates.

By Pushkar K

Jul 10, 2019

It was good but more programming quizzes should be there.But overall it tests your knowledge with all bases and facts clear.

By HASAN H

Feb 16, 2021

Material goes too fast especially with the API section. Found it to be very unclear at times, needs to slow down the pacing

By Ashish V

Apr 14, 2020

Most of the topics in Python are covered, but in my experience it would have been better if concepts explained thoroughly.

By Stefanos T

Aug 24, 2019

Quick, well-presented but inadequate introduction to python basics. Especially "pandas" and "numpy" are poorly introduced.