Python for Data Science | Jan 5 - Feb 9 | Nimisha Pandey

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  1. Shohini_1

    Shohini_1 Well-Known Member
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    Hi Learner,

    This thread is created for you to discuss the query and concepts related to course Python for Data Science.

    Happy Learning !!

    Regards,
    Team Simplilearn
     
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    Thanks Sohini.
    The recordings of yesterday sessions has not uploaded yet. Please can u upload ASAP.

    Thanks
    Ashish
     
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  3. Shohini_1

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    Hi Ashish,

    As discussed over the session, due to some technical glitch this delay has occurred. It will be up in another few hours in your LMS account.

    However, you can refer the below link to download the same.

    https://simplilearnsolutions.webex....ldr.php?RCID=5045ed7491d97e46e48b116c8cd74b08

    Hope this would help you.

    Happy Learning!
     
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  4. sanjay.st

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    Hi,

    Above download of webex recording video has audio error can you please check the same and resend it again.

    Regards,
    Sanjay
     
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    plz share the recordings.....
     
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    Please upload recording of session 3 and 4.
     
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    Hi, I have done the below code and is working, but not able to figure out how to build for (1) Best 3 out of 5 , (2) Till There is draw and (3) No of attempts?
    Can someone give me hint?
    Player1 = str(input("Player1 input:"))
    Player2 = str(input("Player2 input:"))
    if Player1 == "Scissor" and Player2 == "Paper":
    print("Player1 is winner")
    elif Player1 == "Scissor" and Player2 == "Rock":
    print("Player2 is winner")
    elif Player1 == "Scissor" and Player2 == "Scissor":
    print("Match is tie")
    elif Player1 == "Rock" and Player2 == "Paper":
    print("Player2 is winner")
    elif Player1 == "Rock" and Player2 == "Rock":
    print("Match is tie")
    elif Player1 == "Rock" and Player2 == "Scissor":
    print("Player1 is winner")
    elif Player1 == "Paper" and Player2 == "Paper":
    print("Match is tie")
    elif Player1 == "Paper" and Player2 == "Rock":
    print("Player1 is winner")
    elif Player1 == "Paper" and Player2 == "Scissor":
    print("Player2 is winner")
     
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    please upload 12-13 jan recordings
     
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    Hi Sohini, Sanjay
    Thanks I above link for 12th Jan session. Pls can u share the link for 13th Jan session as well.

    Thanks
    Ashish
     
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  10. Shohini_1

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    Sanjay,

    The link is working properly.

    Attaching screenshot for the same.
    upload_2019-1-15_13-45-7.png

    Hope it is working for you as well. If not try wth other browser.
     
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  11. Shohini_1

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    Please share the assignments that we can work on regarding Pandas and numpy…. My understanding was that you would be sharing the same by eod Monday.
     
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    Hi All,

    PFB my version of home work.

    #Rock Paper Scissor game
    ply1 = input("Player 1: Input your choice : ")
    ply1 = ply1.upper()

    ply2 = input("Player 2: Input your choice : ")
    ply2 = ply2.upper()

    if (ply1=='ROCK' and ply2=='PAPER') :
    print('Player 2 is the winner')
    elif (ply1=='ROCK' and ply2=='SCISSOR') :
    print('Player 1 is the winner')
    elif (ply1=='PAPER' and ply2=='ROCK') :
    print('Player 1 is the winner')
    elif (ply1=='PAPER' and ply2=='SCISSOR') :
    print('Player 2 is the winner')
    elif (ply1=='SCISSOR' and ply2=='ROCK') :
    print('Player 2 is the winner')
    elif (ply1=='SCISSOR' and ply2=='PAPER') :
    print('Player 1 is the winner')
    elif (ply1=='ROCK' and ply2=='ROCK') :
    print('Player 1 is the winner')
    elif (ply1=='PAPER' and ply2=='PAPER') :
    print('Match is tied')
    elif (ply1=='SCISSOR' and ply2=='SCISSOR') :
    print('Match is tied')

    =========================================================================================================

    #To find if a number is prime
    num = input("Enter the number:")

    num = int(num)

    for i in range(2,num):
    print("a {} b {}".format(i,num))
    if (num % i == 0):
    print('Number {} is not prime'.format(num))
    break
    else :
    print('Number is prime {}'.format(num))


    =========================================================================================================
    #Finding the prime numbers between 1 to 100
    yprime = [1]
    nprime = []
    i = 0
    k = 0
    for i in range(2,100):
    ##print("a {}".format(i))
    for k in range(2,i):
    ##print("a {} b {}".format(i,k))
    if (i % k == 0):
    #print('Number {} is not prime'.format(i))
    nprime.append(i)
    break
    else :
    #print('Number is prime {}'.format(i))
    yprime.append(i)
    print('Prime numbers {}'.format(yprime))
    print('No Prime numbers {}'.format(nprime))

    ==============================================================================================================
    #Finding the Fibonacci series of first 50 numbers
    num1 = 0
    num2 = 1
    flist = []
    for i in range(1,51):
    num = num1 + num2
    flist.append(num)
    num1 = num2
    num2 = num
    print(flist)



    regards,
    Suyog More
     
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  14. ganeshkumarhce

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    I have a question
    Can someone suggest the order of study for the below topics.Like which one should be completed before going to the next..like that...

    DataScience with Python
    Datascience with R
    Machine Learning
    Deep Learning with Tensor Flow
    Apache Spark and Scala
     
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  15. Shohini_1

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    Hi,

    The order would be Datascience with R > DataScience with Python > Machine Learning > Deep Learning with Tensor Flow > Apache Spark and Scala

    I hope this would help you.
     
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  16. ganeshkumarhce

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    thanks.
     
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  17. _51574

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    Hi, I missed last 2 sessions, can you help me how to play the downloaded recordings? I am not able to play the recordings. Can someone help quickly?
     
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    Hi Vasim,

    Ans:
    1. When your chunk of code in Jupyter notebook is running the it will show like ln[*].

    2. I think that specific chunk becomes the "Markdown" so that it didn't execute,Because "Markdown is used to show a message before chunk . Be in that Chunk only and click on the specified drop down which is circled in the enclosed file and make it as again "Code" . Now, it will execute.

    Please see the enclosed file.

    I hope you got the answer.

    Regards,
    Team Simplilearn


     

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  19. Vikas Kumar_18

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    Hi,

    I think you are talking about "Data Science With Python" Live Classes.
    I would like to say, go to your "Live classes" and click on the "Download recordings". You will get all recordings for the specific date.

    I have enclosed file for your reference where you need to click to get the download recordings.

    Regards,

    Team Simplilearn
     

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  20. ganeshkumarhce

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    Hi Nimisha had told that she would give assignment in the community link.Can we know reg that?
     
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    second week and no assignments given as mentioned by Nimisha. Requesting that the same be done as mentioned in the class
     
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  22. _53996

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    The project submission is only asking for a .doc or ppt etc type of file to be submitted and not a python file. Am I missing something or the ask is to just submit the python file as a word doc

    Please do respond.....
     
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    Hi Learner,

    You can submit the HTML version of the ".ipynb" file and it will be accepted in the LMS. Even though HTML is not mentioned in the list of supported formats it is supported in LMS.

    Once you are done with the final solution for the project in your ".ipynb" file running on Jupyter Notebook then follow the below steps on Jupyter to convert it to HTML for submission :

    Go To : File >> Download as >> HTML (.html)

    This will convert the ".ipynb" file to a ".html" file and download it in your web browser. It doesn't need internet thus, this conversion happens offline.

    Once you get the HTML file you can go ahead and submit it for evaluation as it will get evaluated faster than the doc file.

    I hope that this will help you.

    All the best and Happy Learning !!

    Regards,
    Nishant Singh
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    Hi Nimisha
    Would you be abe to upload the example shown on Web Scrubbing and Twitter to our google drive?

    Sarawanan
     
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