A Simple Example of Python Objects and Classes [+Video]

In Python, everything is an object. Even integers are objects — this is different from programming languages like Java where integers, floats, and Booleans are primitive data types. In this way, Python is built on a rigorously consistent object-oriented paradigm. Considering that objects are everywhere in Python, object-oriented programming is not well studied by Python … Read more

Top 37 Python Machine Learning Library Cheat Sheets

This article is a collection of useful machine learning cheat sheets focusing on the Python libraries such as Theano, Keras, TensorFlow, PyTorch, NetworkX, and other ML-related Python libraries. You may want to check out these great resources that cover many of these topics at once: https://becominghuman.ai/cheat-sheets-for-ai-neural-networks-machine-learning-deep-learning-big-data-science-pdf-f22dc900d2d7 https://gto76.github.io/python-cheatsheet/ https://www.pythonsheets.com/ Theano Cheat Sheets Theano is a Library … Read more

Python Set symmetric_difference()

Python’s S.symmetric_difference(T) method creates and returns a new set containing all elements that are in exactly one of the two sets S and T. Here’s a minimal example where we return a new set containing the elements 1 and 4 that are in exactly one of the two sets s and t. Here’s another visual … Read more

Static and Dynamic Attributes in Python – What’s the Difference?

Quick Answer: Static attributes are variables defined once for the class and shared by all instances. Dynamic attributes are variables defined for individual instances only. Static variables are used as a “fall-back” when there are no explicit dynamic attributes defined for the instances. When you try to “overwrite” a static attribute such as in x.attr … Read more

Python Linear Regression with sklearn – A Helpful Illustrated Guide

Machine Learning Linear Regression Python

? This tutorial will show you the most simple and straightforward way to implement linear regression in Python—by using scikit-learn’s linear regression functionality. I have written this tutorial as part of my book Python One-Liners where I present how expert coders accomplish a lot in a little bit of code. Feel free to bookmark and download … Read more

Python Set remove()

Python’s set.remove(x) method removes an element x from this set if it is a member, otherwise it raises a KeyError. Here’s a minimal example where you remove the string element ‘Bob’ from the set by means of the s.remove() method: Syntax Let’s dive into the formal syntax of the set.remove() method. set.remove(element) Argument Data Type … Read more