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Sobre o curso

Visualizing data is used by virtually every discipline these days. It is used for analyzing web traffic to determine peak server load, growth and death rate of populations for biological analysis, analyzing weather patterns over time, stock market trends, and so on. Simply put, Data Visualization brings meaning to numbers that help people understand it. Seeing the data change can draw attention to trends and spikes that may otherwise go unnoticed. Python is an open-source (free) programming language has libraries that can be used to read and make useful graphics to present the data. In this course, you will create an application that reads data from CSV files. You will learn how to visualize the data using various techniques using existing Python libraries. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

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9 de jul de 2020

It is a brilliant introductory course for someone who is just beginning to learn using pandas and matplotlib.


15 de jul de 2020

Good and fast course/project, you'll learn a lot in an hour, if you already know basics of python.

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