You might have already seen articles explaining the ‘secret’ repo with a cool ReadMe feature in GitHub but put off actually creating one. I built an app to do most of the work for you 😃
EDA (Exploratory Data Analysis) is one of the first steps performed on a given dataset. It helps us to understand more about our data and gives us an idea of manipulations and cleaning we might have to do. EDA can take anywhere from a few lines to a few hundred lines. In this tutorial, we will look at libraries which help us perform EDA in a few lines
We will use the Titanic Dataset provide by Kaggle. Using Panda’s describe() method, we get the below output
If you have taken a few programming courses, you might have come across the following statements and somewhat understood
Before moving on, let’s discuss a few terms. Check out the code snippet below. It’s a simple function that prints the sum of its parameters.
In the last article, we talked about the following
In Python, blocks are declared using the “:” operator. The code inside the block has to be indented.
print("This statement is inside a block")
print("This statement is inside a block as well")print("This statement is outside the above…
You can find the deployed app over here
Transcription is the process of converting audio to text. Although you can implement a Machine Learning Model to get the text from audio, it is cumbersome.
Fortunately, AssemblyAI has a free tier version available which lets us transcribe audio by making a few requests.
In the last article, we discussed the following
Today, we will be discussing the following
Below is the syntax for a function in Python
Now let’s define the function func we discussed…
In yesterday’s article, we discussed the following
Today, we will talk about the following
Python supports the following
num = 10if num > 20:
elif num > 10:
As of today, April 17th, I am on day 28 and although it’s been challenging, I am looking forward to the next 72 days.
We will be covering the following in this tutorial
I have borrowed a Tweet from Danny…
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