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Pandas in Action, Video Edition

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Pandas in Action, Video Edition

Pandas in Action, Video Edition
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 7H 34M | Size: 534.2 MB

In Video Editions the narrator reads the book while the content, figures, code listings, diagrams, and text appear on the screen. Like an audiobook that you can also watch as a video.

Of all the introductory pandas books I’ve read—and I did read a few—this is the best, by a mile.
Erico Lendzian, idibu.com

Take the next steps in your data science career! This friendly and hands-on guide shows you how to start mastering Pandas with skills you already know from spreadsheet software.
In Pandas in Action you will learn:

Import datasets, identify issues with their data structures, and optimize them for efficiency
Sort, filter, pivot, and draw conclusions from a dataset and its subsets
Identify trends from text-based and time-based data
Organize, group, merge, and join separate datasets
Use a GroupBy object to store multiple DataFrames

Pandas has rapidly become one of Python's most popular data analysis libraries. In Pandas in Action, a friendly and example-rich introduction, author Boris Paskhaver shows you how to master this versatile tool and take the next steps in your data science career. You’ll learn how easy Pandas makes it to efficiently sort, analyze, filter and munge almost any type of data.
about the technology

Data analysis with Python doesn’t have to be hard. If you can use a spreadsheet, you can learn pandas! While its grid-style layouts may remind you of Excel, pandas is far more flexible and powerful. This Python library quickly performs operations on millions of rows, and it interfaces easily with other tools in the Python data ecosystem. It’s a perfect way to up your data game.
about the book

Pandas in Action introduces Python-based data analysis using the amazing pandas library. You’ll learn to automate repetitive operations and gain deeper insights into your data that would be impractical—or impossible—in Excel. Each chapter is a self-contained tutorial. Realistic downloadable datasets help you learn from the kind of messy data you’ll find in the real world.