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About the Course

Note : Pandas is not used for development. So you will not build anything during the course of this project. This guided project is for those who are familiar with pandas for data analysis, but want to really harness the power of pandas by learning more complex operations. By the end of this project, you will learn how to handle structured data using pandas, like a pro. Special Features: 1) Work with real-world data. 2) Detailed variable description booklet provided. 3) This project provides plenty of challenges with solutions to encourage you to practice using pandas. 4) Libraries are automatically imported and the dataset is automatically split into subsets, each time you begin a new session. Just open the project and start learning! 5) The real-world applications of each function are explained. 6) Best practices and tips are provided to ensure that you learn how to use pandas efficiently. 7) Animated gifs are used to aid in the learning process. 8) Important terminology and definitions are explained. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....
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1 - 9 of 9 Reviews for Intermediate Pandas Python Library for Data Science

By Mr. A A

Sep 27, 2020

It was really a nice course

By Raja R G K

Sep 01, 2020

Great and excellent

By Pooja

Sep 02, 2020

nice course

By Poorva J

Sep 30, 2020


By Litthish S

Sep 16, 2020


By Srikanth R N

Sep 07, 2020

Good practice session on pandas. More details on pandas would be more helpful.

By Akshay K

Aug 30, 2020

Awesome course. Hoping that it will help in my career advancement.

By Priyanka Z

Sep 27, 2020

many inconsistencies in the project.Confusing in many places.

By Idris

Sep 20, 2020

Not as bad as some of the comments but she is not that good either. It gives an outline and makes you think a bit. Overall worth it if it is free.