[NumPy Tutorial] How to Calculate Post-Tax Income in One Line?

This article will not only show you how to solve a day-to-day accounting task – which would usually take many lines of Python code – in a single line of code. But it will also introduce you to some elementary functionalities of Python’s wildly important library for numerical computations and data science: NumPy. The Basics …

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Lambda Functions in Python: A Simple Introduction

“Is there any in-depth demonstration of lambda functions apart from the documentation? I’ve seen the lambda function a lot of times, more than anything in Python. I want to understand its proper arrangement and many other features.” — Prashant This question was asked in my “Coffee Break Python” email series. Watch the video or read …

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How Real Freelancers Earn Money in 2019: 10 Practical Python Projects

Are you frustrated coding dummy projects in order to learn Python? This article gives you 10 highly practical code projects which you can solve by yourself to improve your skills. If you want to learn about how much money you can expect to earn as a Python freelancer, grab your free video analysis: “​How to …

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Random Forest Classifier Made Simple

This tutorial introduces you into an exciting machine learning technique: ensemble learning. Here’s my quick and dirty tip if your prediction accuracy sucks but you need to meet the deadline at all costs: try this “meta-learning” approach that combines the predictions (or classifications) of multiple machine learning algorithms. In many cases, it will give you …

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[One-Liner Tutorial] Support Vector Machines Made Simple

Support Vector Machines (SVM) have gained huge popularity in recent years. The reason is their robust classification performance – even in high-dimensional spaces: Surprisingly, SVMs even work if there are more dimensions (features) than data items. This is unusual for classification algorithms because of the curse of dimensionality – with increasing dimensionality, the data becomes …

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