Breaking in to Data Science with Python

Breaking in to Data Science with Python

Published 10/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 111 lectures (22h 27m) | Size: 9 GB

If you are in a quantitative field (STEM) or in business this course is for you to break in to data science

What you’ll learn
Tools: Python, NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, Scikit-learn, Git
Techniques: Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA), Descriptive Analysis, Predictive Modeling using Machine Learning/Deep Learning
Data Science Best Practices: How techniques and tools are being used by real Data Scientist in industries.

High School Math
Knowledge of Matrix Algebra is good, but not required as I will have short introduction on this.
No prior programming experience is required, but good to have.

Let me tell you my story. I graduated with my Ph. D. in computational nano-electronics but I have been working as a data scientist in most of my career. My undergrad and graduate major was in electrical engineering (EE) and minor in Physics. After first year of my job in Intel as a “yield analysis engineer” (now they changed the title to Data Scientist), I literally broke into data science by taking plenty of online classes. I took numerous interviews, completed tons of projects and finally I broke into data science. I consider this as one of very important achievement in my life. Without having a degree in computer science (CS) or a statistics I got my second job as a Data Scientist. Since then I have been working as a Data Scientist.

In this class allow me sharing my journey towards data science and let me help you breaking into data science. Of course it is not fair to say that after taking one course you will be a data scientist. However we need to start some where. A good start and a good companion can take us further.

We will definitely discuss python, pandas, numpy, sk-learn and all other most popular libraries out there. In this course we will also try to de-mystify important complex concepts of machine learning. Most of the lectures will be accompanied by code and practical examples. I will also use “white board” to explain the concepts which cannot be explained otherwise. A good data scientist should use white board for ideation, problem solving. I also want to mention that this course is not designed towards explaining all the math needed to “practice” machine learning. Also, I will be continuously upgrading the contents of this course to make sure that all the latest tools and libraries are taught here. Stay tuned!

Who this course is for
Anyone interested to break into Data science
College Students Aspiring to be a Data Scientist
Data Analyst or any Data Professional
Beginner and Intermediate level Data Scientist
Professional with STEM degree breaking in to Data Science
Technical Program Managers working with Data Scientist






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