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Data Processing Using Python

Nanjing University via Coursera

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This course (The English copy of "用Python玩转数据" ) is mainly for non-computer majors. It starts with the basic syntax of Python, to how to acquire data in Python locally and from network, to how to present data, then to how to conduct basic and advanced statistic analysis and visualization of data, and finally to how to design a simple GUI to present and process data, advancing level by level.
This course, as a whole, based on Finance data and through establishment of popular cases one after another, enables learners to more vividly feel the simplicity, elegance and robustness of Python. Also, it discusses the fast, convenient and efficient data processing capacity of Python in humanities and social sciences fields like literature, sociology and journalism and science and engineering fields like mathematics and biology, in addition to business fields. Similarly, it may also be flexibly applied into other fields.

The course has been updated. Updates in the new version are :

1) the whole course has moved from Python 2.x to Python 3.x
2) Added manual webpage fetching and parsing. Web API is also added.
3) Improve the content order and enrich details of some content especially for some practice projects.

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Cost Free Online Course (Audit)
Pace Upcoming
Subject Data Science
Institution Nanjing University
Provider Coursera
Language English
Certificates Paid Certificate Available
Calendar 5 weeks long
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