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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    When you submit a project, pass the test, watch the recorded videos and have a good live class attendance you will get your certificate. You can check what you have not completed by clicking on certificate tab in the course.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Open your notebook in jupyterlab, click on 'file', click on 'Export notebook as' and choose whatever format you want.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Just like you write any txt file using notepad.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    I personally just submitted a text file saying everything is explained in the project. And all 3 projects i submitted were accepted.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Can you elaborate your problem?
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    What is the error you are getting?
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Movielens Case Study: Project 2 Completed all task.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    I dont know exactly why this is happening but i have a theory. The default format of date is MM/DD/YYYY. when the pandas first sees 5, 12 in first and second entry respectively it considers them as months instead of days. When it moves further it gets a value which is greater than 12 in the...
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    what results are you expecting? seems correct to me.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    The code you were writing is correct but you will have to swap the month and day value for superbowl1,2,3,4 in your code. It will work fine.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    For superbowl its not, you can see the attachment. For superbowl it YYYY-DD-MM. For eg: for 12-feb-2010 the date is 2010-12-02 where it shouldve been 2010-02-12
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Its because the dataset is inaccurate, for some dates it has a format of YYYY-MM-DD and for some it has YYYY-DD-MM. An easy fix would we to interchange the values of days and months.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Thats not supposed to happen, can you share your code?
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Checkout my posts, i have completed project 4. If that doesn't help you let me know what you need help with.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Complete Project 1: Customer Service Request Analysis
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Complete Project 4: Retail analysis with Walmart Data. Sir, your feedback would be appreciated.
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    Data Science with Python | Aug 9-Sep 27| Nishant Saraswat

    Make sure it says "Trusted" on top right corner of your noteboook, if iy says "Not Trusted" you can change it by clicking on it. Make sure that you enough free resource's(Ram, CPU, hard disk) for your notebook to run on. if this doesn't solve your problem try to run it from command line and...
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