Building Complex Multi-Agent Teams and Setups with LangGraph

πŸ’‘ Info: This course is a complete text tutorial. It’s based on our academy course. If you’re interested in video explainers, check out the course here. Hi and welcome to this course on building complex multi-agent teams and setups using LangGraph, LangChain, and LangSmith. In this course we’ll start from the ground up using LangChain, … Read more

Python Enum Conversion (Ultimate Guide)

πŸ’‘ Enums (short for enumerations) are a powerful feature in Python that allows for organizing a set of symbolic names (members) bound to unique, constant values. Enums are a convenient way to associate names with constants in a clear and explicit way. Before diving into the conversion methods, let’s quickly recap the Python enum module. … Read more

Python Delete File (Ultimate Guide)

Python offers several powerful options to handle file operations, including deleting files. Whether you need to check if a file exists before deleting, use patterns to delete multiple files, or automatically delete files under certain conditions, Python has a tool for you. Let’s delve into various ways you can delete files using Python, ranging from … Read more

Python: Create List from 1 to N

Creating a list containing a range of numbers from 1 to N in Python can be achieved through several methods. Here’s a concise list of alternative solutions: Method 1. List Comprehension with range() This method utilizes list comprehension, a concise way to create lists. The range(1, N+1) generates numbers from 1 to N, and the … Read more

Can I Write a For Loop and If Statement in a Single Line? A Simple Python Tutorial

Python’s elegance and readability often come from its ability to execute powerful operations in a single line of code. One such instance is the combination of for loops and if statements into a list comprehension. Understanding the Basics At its core, a list comprehension offers a succinct way to create lists. The syntax [expression for … Read more

[Full Tutorial] OpenAI Fine-Tuning: Creating a Chatbot of Yourself (Example: ChrisGPT)

Hi and welcome to this course on fine-tuning ChatGPT with the OpenAI API. In this course we’ll not just look at how to deal with the fine-tuning API endpoints itself, but also how to run the fine-tuned model, and most importantly, the data preparation and validation steps so that you will be able to do … Read more

How to Solve Python Tuple Index Error

To tackle the IndexError: tuple index out of range in Python, ensure that you access tuple elements within their valid index range, which starts from 0 up to one less than the length of the tuple. Utilize the len() function to dynamically determine the tuple’s length and guide your access patterns, or employ error handling … Read more

How to Fit a Curve to Power-law Distributed Data in Python

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to generate synthetic data that follows a power-law distribution, plot its cumulative distribution function (CDF), and fit a power-law curve to this CDF using Python. This process is useful for analyzing datasets that follow power-law distributions, which are common in natural and social phenomena. Prerequisites Ensure you have Python … Read more

How to Generate and Plot Random Samples from a Power-Law Distribution in Python?

To generate random samples from a power-law distribution in Python, use the numpy library for numerical operations and matplotlib for visualization. Here’s a minimal code example to generate and visualize random samples from a power-law distribution: First, we import the necessary libraries: numpy for generating the power-law distributed samples and matplotlib.pyplot for plotting. The a … Read more