Learn Data Analysis with Pandas
Learn the basics of Pandas, an industry standard Python library that provides tools for data manipulation and analysis.
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Time to completeApprox. 6 hours
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Prerequisites1 courseWe suggest you complete the following courses before you get started with Learn Data Analysis with Pandas:
- Learn Python 2
About this course
Pandas provides tools for working with tabular data, i.e. data that is organized into tables that have rows and columns. Tabular data has a lot of the same functionality as SQL or Excel, but Pandas adds the power of Python.
Syllabus4 lessons • 3 projects • 4 quizzes
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Frequently asked questions about Data Analysis with Pandas
Businesses and organizations collect tons of data on their clients and customers, and data analysis means going through it all to find patterns, trends, and other valuable information. These insights can be used for many purposes, from building new products and technologies to improving systems and processes.