Participants learn why data needs to be pre-processed before being passed to ML methods. They also learn what the typical challenges are in data wrangling.
Participants get to know this powerful Python library and find out how they can load data into a data frame, get the look and feel of it and transform it in the best suitable way.
ML would simply not be possible in Python without this useful library for numerical operations. This is why participants will get to know the most important aspects of the API and what can be achieved with it.
Humans are visual beings and this is why we prefer looking at graphs, rather than endless tables of data. Matplotlib is the Python library to create all kinds of graphs which helps understand data a great deal more. Participants will learn how to create the most common graphs within Matplotlib.
In ML problems, we often get to a situation where our data does not fit into memory. Even if it fits into memory, we would like some operations to run faster. Dask solves this problem by dividing our data into smaller, more manageable chunks. It then runs computations on those chunks in parallel, making it possible to handle data that is larger than memory. It is also faster since it makes computations run concurrently. Participants will get to know this tool and see the similarities with previously learned libraries.
The training will be held online from 10:00 – 16:00 CEST with a 1-hour break at 12:00. The participation links will be provided after the purchase and before the training.
The participants are expected to have at least basic programming skills in Python.
The programming language of choice is Python and participants will get to know libraries such as NumPy, Pandas, Scikit-Learn, Matplotlib and Dask.
The content is delivered with Jupyter notebooks on Google Colab, so participants should have a Google account in order to be able to participate fully.
Full price for the course with course documentation: € 120,00 (including VAT)
Upon completion of the online training, participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Simeon Harrison (EuroCC Austria and VSC Research Center, TU Wien)
Rosina Preis (Competence and Knowledge Manager for EU Projects CLC East)
Simeon Harrison (Trainer and Coordinator Training for Industries, EuroCC Austria and VSC)
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