How to Create a Pie Chart with Seaborn Easily?

Seaborn is a data visualization library for Python. This tutorial will briefly describe simple techniques for styling a pie chart using only a single function from this robust library.  Although Seaborn does not include a function to build pie charts, it can be used to refine the aesthetics of pie charts created with Matplotlib. The … Read more

Line Charts — Learning Line Charts with Streamlit

Streamlit is an easy-to-use rapid web application development platform. It can create compelling data visualizations using python. Line charts are one of the many types of charts that Streamlit can display. Line charts are often a great visual for displaying numerical data over time.  This tutorial will teach you how to easily create and configure … Read more

Top 4 Jupyter Notebook Alternatives for Machine Learning

In this article, we review some of the online options for running Python using online (Jupyter) Notebooks. The Python Landscape There are a number of platforms available for running Python. Some of these include: Install Python on your own machine. Use Jupyter notebooks on your own machine. Use a data science platform like Anaconda on … Read more

15 Highly Profitable Freelancing Niches Developers Miss Out On [Video Collection]

In this guide, I’ve compiled the top 7 freelancing niches I found highly profitable based on my experience working as a business owner and freelancer myself, hiring hundreds of freelance developers for my company, and teaching thousands of freelancing students through our books and courses. Each niche is presented with a video where I show … Read more

np.argpartition() — A Simple Illustrated Guide

In Python, the numpy.argpartition() function returns the indices that would partition an array along with a given axis based on the specified kth element(s). All elements smaller than the kth element will be moved before it and all larger elements behind it. The element order in the partitions is undefined. If provided with a sequence … Read more

How to Get the Standard Deviation of a Python List?

This article shows you how to calculate the standard deviation of a given list of numerical values in Python. Definition and Problem Formulation The standard deviation is defined as the square root of the variance. In case you’ve attended your last statistics course a few years ago, let’s quickly recap the definition of variance: variance … Read more

np.diff() — A Simple Illustrated Guide

In Python, the numpy.diff() function calculates the n-th discrete difference between adjacent values in an array along with a given axis. For higher-order differences calculation, numpy.diff() runs recursively to the output of the previous execution. Here is the argument table of numpy.diff(): If it sounds great to you, please continue reading, and you will fully … Read more

How to Create Word Clouds Using Python?

You may have already learned how to analyze quantitative data using graphs such as bar charts and histograms. But do you know how to study textual data? One way to analyze textual information is by using a word cloud: This word cloud was generated by the following code discussed in the remaining article: In the … Read more

How to Use Pandas Rolling – A Simple Illustrated Guide

This article will demonstrate how to use a pandas dataframe method called rolling(). What does the pandas.DataFrame.rolling() method do? In short, it performs rolling windows calculations. It is often used when working with time-series data or signal processing. I will shortly dive into a few practical examples to clarify what this means in practice. The … Read more

How to Apply a Function to Series Elements

Problem Formulation and Solution Overview As a Python Coder, situations arise where you will need to apply a function against elements of a Series. To make it more fun, we have the following running scenario: Rivers Clothing does business with six (6) different countries. The Tax Rates for the associated countries have increased by 2%. … Read more

TensorFlow Developer – Income and Opportunity

Related Article: Keras Developer — Income and Opportunity PyTorch Developer — Income and Opportunity Before we learn about the money, let’s get this question out of the way: What Is TensorFlow? Let’s have a look at the definition from the official TensorFlow website: “An end-to-end open source machine learning platform. The core open source library … Read more