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|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by trigar12(m): 3:22pm On May 18|
mcemmy0z:Boss, can you please help me with the code you used in getting the required info from the table in ncdc site?
I came up with one but it is giving me all the table data alongside the code in a column..
Can you layout the code for me?
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Dahyormine(m): 5:18pm On May 18|
Raxxye:without doing anything, most of the libraries should run automatically so far it is probably installed! I didn't even know the usefulness of anaconda when I first installed it, and everything is working fine... maybe You should uninstall and reinstall again, but this time click "Add Anaconda to your path environment variable" while installing, I hope it works this way.
NB: I'm also a learner.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Dahyormine(m): 5:21pm On May 18|
brashear:Baba na learner I still be, I'm still working on python for data science, I haven't moved to visualisation with PBI, but I'm certain it will work fine.
I just got all necessary Packages installed ni.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Raxxye(m): 5:40pm On May 18|
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Raxxye(m): 7:25pm On May 18|
Kaycee54321:Sent you a pm, Bro.
Will appreciate a response.
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|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Toppytek(m): 7:41pm On May 18|
Go to official python website and download Python, then download Visual studio code, and check YouTube on how to set up VS Code for Python. That should work for you.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Emmagenius: 8:11pm On May 18|
Good evening my Ogas. I have issues with my VS code. The "Go live" icon initially didn't appear on my status but soon did...Now, clicking the Go live button does nothing!!...I believe it should be the code that is affecting its normal functioning... I did not expect it to be this difficult to set up VS code since the set up for Bracket was seamless...Hence, I would greatly appreciate if you assist with valuable insights on appropriate settings...I checked online but there's limited answers and the little I saw is not explicit enough...You can also screenshot your settings..Anyway to assist....
P.S I uninstalled and reinstalled but still same issue
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Raxxye(m): 8:28pm On May 18|
Toppytek:Many thanks, Bro. I'll try that right away.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Gcool2(m): 8:50pm On May 18|
I once asked this question...pls how can I deal with repetitive data using Excel..
Working on covid 19 cases in the US,but the data are repeated like 1/02/2020(5 cases),1/03/2020(5 cases),since there is no new case...this has made the total case so high! Reaching like 39 million,pls how can I go about it...I am practicing with the data on Excel..I anticipate your responses.Thanks
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Toppytek(m): 9:27pm On May 18|
You’re welcome, in case you want to use python for data analysis then anaconda is the, once u download it, make sure u deactivate any antivirus you’re having on your system before u do the installation and make sure your default browser is updated.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Evanspaul(m): 9:42pm On May 18|
Emmagenius:Sometimes it's due to de system ram is small.
Well u click on liveserver and it showed it has be created on **** datz de number of de local Host or so
Just type it on de browser
Also make sure u instead de extension live server
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by lanrumaster(m): 11:00pm On May 18|
This is soo helpful...God bless you. I understand better now
Random walks is basically a random simulation of random variables to produce an output randomly. From my example, the nsteps is the number of times the walk is simulated, that is 1000 times, which means its gonna produce 1000 outputs(walks).
The draws is what I want to output in 1000 times. From my example, the random.randnint(0,2, size=nsteps) means pick a number between 0 & 2, 1000 times.
The 'steps' variable is the where the draws happen, the draws produces 2 outputs, 0 & 1, 1000 times.
np.where(condition, True, False) means if the draw produces 1 (draws >0), return 1, else -1.
This is stored in the 'walks' variable which is a cumulative sum of all the steps in the draws. \
The first pic is the cumulative sum of the first 100 draws while the second pic is a graph of the first 100 draws.
Looking at the first pic, notice how they either increase or decrease by 1 or -1 respectively.
so basically, the whole thing picks 1 or -1 simultaneously and the size is the number of steps, that means, pick 1 or -1 randomly 1000 times. The output could be anything but this is a basic example.[/quote]
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by lanrumaster(m): 11:07pm On May 18|
Try removing duplicates... select the column and go to the Data tab. Click on remove duplicates. It will give you unique values
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Pprince2(m): 11:09pm On May 18|
hello gurus, please someone should help me out with this problem hash analytic gave me. please i will be very grateful for any input
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Zabiboy: 11:18pm On May 18|
Any specified software??
Or any data visualization tool is accepted
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Gcool2(m): 11:26pm On May 18|
lanrumaster:join kaggle.com data plenty die...make we relate 4 WhatsApp 0.8.1.6.22.214.171.124.1.9.2
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Pprince2(m): 5:09am On May 19|
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by mcemmy0z(m): 8:37am On May 19|
Excel and power bi would have handle this pretty well.
Check this out, it will give u some insight.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Emmagenius: 1:39pm On May 19|
Evanspaul:Thank you chief. Though, my RAM is 4GB corei5....I'll try typing it on the browser...
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Evanspaul(m): 3:30pm On May 19|
Emmagenius:if you have installed liveserver the go life in the pic will show.
then if you have installed it and it still doesnt open live in ur browser but it shows that port 5050 down there when you click it, open your browser and type 127.0.0.1:5500
also try reinstalling the Go live extension
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Emmagenius: 8:43pm On May 19|
Evanspaul:I very much appreciate your assistance and time chief...God bless you.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by realjidejamal(m): 9:28pm On May 19|
wisdomremz:Please wisdomremz can you send me the pdf. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by ibromodzi: 10:49pm On May 19|
trigar12:I encountered something similar to that while scraping the website but I later found my way around it. Quote me with your email, I'll send the code. Alternatively, you can use power BI to get the data. Just put the URL under source.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Toppytek(m): 12:39am On May 20|
You can as well drop the code so we all could learn.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by whizqueen(f): 9:10am On May 20|
I’m new here. Learning my first language SQL and it’s been fun so far. I see lots of information in this thread, I can’t wait to explore them
Is anyone here self trained and a beginner?
I would be working on python, R and machine language later on.
Any tips or resources for a beginner would be appreciated
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Emmagenius: 9:30am On May 20|
whizqueen:You are doing well. Python is beginner friendly, so I would advise you start with it. From there, you can learn the accompanying libraries like Numpy, Pandas, Matplotlib, Seaborn. Master these then get back here for more tips....My other bosses like Ejiod, EvansPaul, Toppytek are on ground to answer any more questions...God bless...
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Iamsheye(m): 11:59am On May 20|
Wow So you're here too, I follow your YouTube channel and watch most of your videos
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Toppytek(m): 12:40pm On May 20|
Me? Boss keh... Abeg oo, Mesef never sabi much oo
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Kaycee54321(m): 1:04pm On May 20|
I don't know if I understand you perfectly. Nevertheless, one method I used in cleaning was using the IF statement in Excel. After manually inserting the missing continents of the countries, I used "If the adjacent cell next to the country = "Africa", return the country next to it" It'll return all countries with Africa and aggregate them together while the remaining will be Nan values, then I copy and paste to another worksheet to analyze the African continent. That's how I did for all the continents. Sorry for the late reply.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Kaycee54321(m): 1:06pm On May 20|
Self training and still very much a beginner. I'm also on SQL. Started two days ago though I already have a little knowledge using python and it's libraries. Would love to connect too if possible. I watch your YouTube Videos.
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by Kaycee54321(m): 1:07pm On May 20|
|Re: Chronicle Of A Data Scientist/analyst by noob03saibot(m): 2:17pm On May 20|
Kaycee54321:Thanks man! I sincerely appreciate. This has made me see things in a different light. Better late than never, thanks again.
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