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This article is part of a media partnership with PyData Berlin, a group helping support open-source data science libraries and tools. To learn more about this topic, please consider attending our fourth annual PyData Berlin conference on June 30-July 2, 2017. Matti Lyra and other experts will be giving talks

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This is the continuation of the Frequency Distribution Analysis using Python Data Stack – Part 1 article. Here we’ll be analyzing real production business surveys for your review. Application Configuration File The configuration (config) file config.py is shown in Code Listing 3. This config file includes the general settings for

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During my years as a Consultant Data Scientist I have received many requests from my clients to provide frequency distribution reports for their specific business data needs. These reports have been very useful for the company management to make proper business decisions quickly. In this paper I would like to

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Ajit Jaokar is a leading expert working at the intersection of Data Science, IoT, AI, Machine Learning, Big Data, Mobile, and Smart Cities. He teaches IoT and Data Science at Oxford and also is a director of Smart Cities Lab in Madrid. Ajit’s work involves applying machine learning techniques to

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Social networks, in one form or another, have existed since people first began to interact. Indeed, put two or more people together and you have the foundation of a social network. It is therefore no surprise that, in today’s Internet-everywhere world, online social networks have become entirely ubiquitous. Within this

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Katharine Jarmul and Data Natives are joining forces to give you an amazing chance to delve deeply into Python and how to apply it to data manipulation, and data wrangling. By the end of her workshop, Learn Python for Data Analysis,  you will feel comfortable importing and running simple Python analysis on your

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During one of our data-munging sessions here at Coralogix, we found ourselves needing to assess the cardinality of large data sets. Getting the accurate result is seemingly trivial: you simply iterate over the data, and count the number of unique elements. In reality, however, the task is more troublesome, mainly

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Choosing the right language for data analysis can be almost as complicated as actually learning the language. For many reasons, R and Python are two of the most popular: R is often praised for its great features for data visualization, as it was developed with statisticians in mind; plenty of programmers love multi-purpose Python for its so-simple-a-child-could-do-it syntax. Why

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Fans and supporters of Hadoop have no reason to fear; Hadoop isn’t going away anytime soon. There’s been a great deal of consternation about the future of Hadoop, most of it stemming from the growing popularity of Apache Spark. Some big data experts have even gone so far as to

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In a particular subset of the data science world, “similarity distance measures” has become somewhat of a buzz term. Like all buzz terms, it has invested parties- namely math & data mining practitioners- squabbling over what the precise definition should be. As a result, the term, involved concepts and their

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