At the end of this course, you will have a thorough understanding of Numpy' s features and when to use them. Numpy is mainly used in matrix computing. We'll do a number of examples specific to matrix computing, which will allow you to see the various scenarios in which Numpy is helpful. There are a few computational computing libraries available for Python. It's important to know when to choose one over the other. Through rigorous exercises, you'll experience where Numpy is powerful and develop and understanding of the scenarios in which Numpy is most useful. You'll also know how to install Numpy.
100 videos that teach you how to perform various machine learning tasks in the real world.
Python from Scratch LiveLessons is a gentler, more entertaining, and more practical starting point to learning the Python programming language. Unlike the typical approach to teaching a programming language that covers each feature section by section, this course is structured more like a cooking class. You can follow along and execute all the code being demonstrated in an interactive notebook as you watch the video, much the same way you would watch a cooking video in your kitchen.
Computational computing can be a complex topic. How to perform various mathematical functions in code isn't straight forward. With Python's Scipy library, we'll walk through a number of examples showing exactly how to create and execute complex computational computing functions.
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