About this video

Pandas is a popular Open Source Python package that provides fast, high performance data structures for performing efficient data manipulation and analysis. It has quickly emerged as a popular choice of tool for analysts to solve real-world analytical problems. This video will show you how you can get the most out of pandas for data analysis.The course starts with teaching you the absolute basics such as installing and setting up of the pandas library. Then, you will be introduced to fundamental data structures in pandas and the different data types, indexing, and more. You will then implement the basic functionalities of the pandas library such as working with different kinds of data, indexing, and handling missing data. The course will also teach you how to analyze and model your data, and organize the results of your analysis in the form of plots or other visualization means. Throughout the course, you will implement simple yet highly effective examples and use-cases which are relevant in the real-world scenario, as you build on your understanding of pandas.By the end of this course, you will have a firm understanding of the basics of pandas. You will be ready to start using pandas for different data science tasks with confidence.

Style and Approach

This video course is as a standalone course. It begins by introducing a concept and very quickly you’ll be able to follow on and start attempting code examples. We’ll share Jupyter Notebooks for the exercises in each volume

Publication date:
June 2017
1 hour 14 minutes

About the Author

  • Harish Garg

    Harish Garg is a Principal Software Developer, author, and co-founder of a software development and training company, Bignumworks. Harish has more than 19 years of experience in a wide variety of technologies, including blockchain, data science and enterprise software. During this time, he has worked for companies such as McAfee, Intel, etc.

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