Crash course: Data analytics in Python using Pandas
What you'll learn
- Perform data analysis with the Pandas library
- Learn about dataframes and how to conduct data analysis in Python
- Understand how to handle missing values in your data
- Understand how to handle & clean up messy data
- Basic Python - from my FREE No Nonsense Python Course
- The Pandas library should be installed - which you can do using 'pip install python'
- Python should already be installed
The demand for data engineers is greater than ever. So, there is no better time to upskill; learn Python and specifically data engineering.
I'll take you through the core concepts of dataframes, which are a key data structure within Pandas. We'll learn to ingest, clean and analyse the data and by the end of the course, you'll be in a position to use Python & Pandas on your own data to extract valuable insight.
The idea isn’t to become an expert through this course. The idea is to become confident in the core concepts of Python and Pandas so you can solve real-world problems today and so you can continue your learning by doing.
Because, nobody becomes an expert through taking a course (no matter how long they are), you only truly become an expert by getting out there & solving problems.
For this course, you'll need some basic Python knowledge, which you can gain from my FREE No Nonsense Python course here on Udemy.
You will need to have Python installed and the Pandas library installed - which you can do using 'pip install pandas'.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Python Developers
- Those interested in data analytics
Hey guys! I am a data engineer by trade and specialize in Python, SQL, Spark, Hive, MongoDB and more. I've come on Udemy to try and make simple, short crash courses into these technologies as I personally find the longer courses too drawn out & I often lose interest. The idea is to keep it short and sharp!
For loads of advanced Spark, Python & Big Data topics, please visit my website (the button on this page will take you there) - where I talk about scaling up to enterprise grade solutions.