“Spaceborn” visualizations applied to a UFO dataset

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You probably didn’t know what they mean

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Python and Anaconda

Any idea when on earth they can be helpful?

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1. ndim

import pandas as pd
df = pd.DataFrame({'A':[6, 8], 'B':[9, 2], 'C':[1, 5]},
index =['a', 'b'])
print(df, '\n')
print('ndim for a dataframe:', df.ndim) …

How to make your code and storytelling more vivid

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High-quality minimalist interactive visualizations ideal for electronic publishing

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A famous statistical phenomenon proven programmatically

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Use Python for fun

Zodiac signs
Zodiac signs
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import pyaztro
taurus = pyaztro.Aztro(sign='taurus')
"Something slides into place today and gets you thinking about the big picture -- it's one of those days when you can suddenly see how it all fits together! Pass the word along to all the key players."

The easiest way to do it

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Intersection, union, difference, and symmetric difference

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  • values of int type (so as we can use also mathematical operations),
  • some keys in common,
  • some key-value pairs in common,
  • other key-value pairs are specific for each dictionary.
d1 = {'a':1, 'b':2, 'c':3, 'd':4, 'e':5, 'f':6}
d2 = {'c':3, 'd':4, 'e':50, 'f':60, 'g':7, 'h':8}

Elena Kosourova

Petroleum Geologist passionate about Data Science. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elena-kosourova-b8154322/

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