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Voltar para Data Collection and Processing with Python

Comentários e feedback de alunos de Data Collection and Processing with Python da instituição Universidade de Michigan

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Sobre o curso

This course teaches you to fetch and process data from services on the Internet. It covers Python list comprehensions and provides opportunities to practice extracting from and processing deeply nested data. You'll also learn how to use the Python requests module to interact with REST APIs and what to look for in documentation of those APIs. For the final project, you will construct a “tag recommender” for the flickr photo sharing site. The course is well-suited for you if you have already taken the "Python Basics" and "Python Functions, Files, and Dictionaries" courses (courses 1 and 2 of the Python 3 Programming Specialization). If you are already familiar with Python fundamentals but want practice at retrieving and processing complex nested data from Internet services, you can also benefit from this course without taking the previous two. This is the third of five courses in the Python 3 Programming Specialization....

Melhores avaliações


9 de jul de 2020

Very interesting and fine course, in this course I learn how to solve Nested data and new a new thing i.e REST API which seems best in course 3 now I am excited about course 4. Thanking you Michigan


9 de out de 2019

This was a really excellent course. The functional project at the end helped me understand how recommendation systems work and now I'm very excited to try to build a similar system for books I love.

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30 de mai de 2020

Should bs focused more on requests module and API

por LifeExp

7 de ago de 2019

cannot access many of APIs used during the course

por Jason B

16 de nov de 2019

Really could have used more practice exercises.

por Yagna Y N

5 de abr de 2020

please provide detailed information in project

por Yuhao W

11 de mai de 2020

Week 3 and the final project is toooooo hard!

por Bohdan K

17 de ago de 2020

The last assignment as always awful!

por Ioannis K

1 de jun de 2019

Runestone has a lot of bugs...

por Md. F K

19 de jun de 2020

Kind of complex to understand

por ASIF S

27 de ago de 2020

the tests are too tough

por Noel D

22 de mai de 2019

More support needed!

por Gokul L

6 de nov de 2021

Can be better

por Yueduxin W

13 de mai de 2020

too hard!!!!!

por 손승건

6 de fev de 2020

not bad

por Weerachai Y

20 de jun de 2020


por Vaidehi B R

10 de jul de 2020


por Hernan D

10 de nov de 2020

I did the course one and two from the specialization in python 3 which are really great courses. In this course 3, the first part was fine but the APIs part of the course was really incomplete and it would have been much better If the instructors had given more exercises. Another things that is very bad is the final project, although the first five exercises were ok the exercise six failed most of the time and the teachers do not answer any of my questions.

por Ching-hsiu L

1 de set de 2020

This course gives learners the skill which learners can not take away. I am disappointed that we can not apply what we learn, requests_with_caching, while we leave Runestone interactive for other Python environment. In addition, it is not a good instructional design that this course takes 3 weeks to teach only one method.

por Jenn

19 de dez de 2021

T​he first two courses in this specialization were great. The project for this course was challenging. I would have liked more exercises in before the project to better prepare you. The topic was also not as interesting as the first two courses in this specialization.

por Rick M

10 de jul de 2021

i​ do not like your in browser tool. Debugging was very difficult, and trying to make sense of your fake API's and getting the project was awful. The faculty was awesome. So i give you 2 stars

por José F R V

20 de jun de 2021

Honestly, it was boring. Yeah, you learn the basics of Python but I think that the course should be more dynamic.

por Cristhian E J

9 de set de 2020

I think you need more practice to be able to accomplish the final test . Paul Resnick great teacher though!

por Jorge A L D

18 de ago de 2020

Awful experience with the last assignment, must fix all the Runestone bugs as soon as possible!

por William R

31 de out de 2020

I loved all the previous courses, but this one was frustrating, not for the difficulty of the tasks, but because of the week 3, you need to keep the student excercising before the project or it comes almost impossible to do the task.

When I started coding for the project I did not know where to start, I needed some practice and there is not a single excercise in the Runnestone for the student to develop the knowdledge on the topic as the previous courses.

Thats my feedback, you guys are great but you should improve that to help students understand better the APIS topic, it was extremely frustrating. I was waiting for the first time I could do a code from my own and the first time coding CAN NOT be in middle of the project.

por Camilo G

14 de nov de 2021

I​nstead of taking advantage of that great tool which is Codelens, this course's last week is almost entiley based on a taylor made module (request_with_cache) which can't be debugged with codelens because it is not included. Further more, this module is as well not working on the interpreter, so basically there isn't any other way to work with it different than trial error.

I​t is a pitty given that the first 2 weeks of the course are awesome. It is the third one which supposedly contains the added value, the one that is less flexible and not clear.

por Mohammad H

5 de dez de 2020

Unfortunately this course was not good at all compared to the rest of them. They didn't have energy to teach, and just skipped over the API, the Runstone project has a lot of errors, so you can't keep up. The teaching staff does not reply to your questions, it was a mess in General. Waste of time, all my codes were correct but the runstone project showed it was wrong, until I logged in again at night, used the same code, then it worked.