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Essential Tips and Tricks for Starting Machine Learning with Python

We describe some essential hacks and tricks for practicing machine learning with Python. Covers most important libraries, and the overall approach.

Machine Learning

Python Tricks 101🐍

Python tips which are relatively uncommon and are very useful.<p>Talk is cheap show me the code<p>Swapping values<p><b>Create a single string from all the</b> …

Python Programming

Reading and Writing CSV Files in Python

Let’s face it: you need to get information into and out of your programs through more than just the keyboard and console. Exchanging information …

How To Use Python To Automate Almost Anything

Testers of all kinds can benefit from learning approaches to automating daily tasks. In this three-part series, you’ll be walked through a task that …

Top 15 Python Libraries

Python is one of the world most popular and widely used high-level, general-purpose Language. There are many big organization using python for …

Flask Web Programming from Scratch

Complete guide for Flask 1.0 from scratch with SQLAlchemy and Postgres.<p>Choosing a web framework is one of the important and the most frustrating …

Python String Formatting Best Practices

Remember the Zen of Python and how there should be “one obvious way to do something in Python”? You might scratch your head when you find out that …

Build a chat app in the terminal using Python

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Project Jupyter

A library for creating simple interactive maps with panning and zooming, ipyleaflet supports annotations such as polygons, markers, and more …

Overview of Exploratory Data Analysis With Python

Exploratory data analysis plays a role in the work of data science and machine learning.<p>In this post I am giving a brief intro of Exploratory data …

Cool New Features in Python 3.7

Python 3.7 is officially released! This new Python version has been in development since September 2016, and now we all get to enjoy the results of …

Python Beginner Tutorial: for Loops and Iterators

Introduction and the Anatomy of a For Loop<p>So we'll start off with some basics so everyone is on the same page. The basic anatomy of a for loop is a …

Ethereum Smart Contracts in Python: a comprehensive(ish) guide

It’s one thing to get a basic smart contract up on Ethereum — just google “ERC20 Token Tutorial” you’ll find plenty of information on how to do it. …

The Pythonic Guide to Logging

This is story is brought to you by Hacker Noon’s weekly sponsor, <b>Manifold</b><b>.</b> Find, manage and share all of your developer services with 1 account on …

Python WebServer With Flask and Raspberry Pi

Let’s create a simple WebServer to control things in your home.<p>There are a lot of ways to do that. For example, on my tutorial at Hackster, …

TensorFlow Tutorial For Beginners

<i>Originally published at</i> <i>https://www.datacamp.com/community/tutorials/tensorflow-tutorial</i><p>Deep learning is a subfield of machine learning that is a set …

ChromeREPL

A SublimeText 3 Plugin to use Chrome as your REPL.<p>Execute JavaScript in your browser. Interact with your running webapps. Live code your brains …

Itertools in Python 3, By Example

It has been called a “gem” and “pretty much the coolest thing ever,” and if you have not heard of it, then you are missing out on one of the greatest …

Custom Templates for Jupyter Notebooks with Jinja2

Learn how to create custom export templates for your Jupyter Notebooks using Jinja2.

Beginner's Guide to Jupyter Notebooks for Data Science (with Tips, Tricks!)

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Python Open Source of the Month (v.May 2018)

For the past month<b>,</b> we ranked nearly 250 Python Open Source Projects to pick the Top 10.<p>We compared projects with new or major release during this …

Modifying the Python object model

By <b>Jake Edge</b><br>May 16, 2018<p>At the 2018 Python Language Summit, Carl Shapiro described some of the experiments that he and others at Instagram did to look …

The Ultimate Guide to Data Classes in Python 3.7

One new and exciting feature coming in Python 3.7 is the data class. A data class is a class typically containing mainly data, although there aren’t …

Python 3's f-Strings: An Improved String Formatting Syntax (Guide)

As of Python 3.6, f-strings are a great new way to format strings. Not only are they more readable, more concise, and less prone to error than other …

An introduction to the Pyramid web framework for Python

In the first article in this four-part series comparing different Python web frameworks, I explained how to create a To-Do List web application in …

Python Fundamentals LiveLessons (Video Training), (Downloadable Video)

Description<p>Copyright 2009<br>• Edition: 1st<p><b>Downloadable Video</b><br>• ISBN-10: 0-13-706477-2<br>• ISBN-13: 978-0-13-706477-9<p><b>For any student or professional interested in</b> …

A new package index for Python

The Python Package Index (PyPI) is the principal repository of libraries for the Python programming language, serving more than 170 million downloads …

Python Programming

RESOURCE: Creating Web APIs with Python and Flask

The Programming Historian has published Patrick Smyth’s (CUNY) new tutorial on creating web APIs. The guide aims to teach users how to make their …

Tutorials

A new package index for Python

April 11, 2018<p>This article was contributed by Sumana Harihareswara<p>The Python Package Index (PyPI) is the principal repository of libraries for the …

Python Programming

Anaconda, CPython, PyPy, and more: Know your Python distributions

When you choose Python for software development, you choose a large language ecosystem with a wealth of packages covering all manner of programming …

Python Programming