Lecture 6: Exploratory Data Analysis - A Case Study

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5 posts were split to a new topic: How to upload a CSV containing Dataset?

You need to set the lessons you finished to complete, and once the assignments have been marked with pass grade, they’ll also be set to complete automatically. With all these, the percentage of your progress will show.

What if I only want to select certain rows?


I have downloaded two csv files from kaggle to my computer.
I can upload the two files to my jupyter notebook in binder but it gets
tiring uploading it every time i open a new notebook to start my work.
Is there any way to avoid this?


You can do that with survey_df.loc[15:32]

How much data pruning to be carried out without affecting the Explanability of the ML results?

iam learning python too , let me know if you have good resources!!

my dataset has over 64000 rows and I need to drop the last 500 rows with elements from column 2

Actually, I am not sure of the advantages of using loc.

There should be a few ways to do this. The simplest I could work out now is

If you add a condition to the col_to_select as well, I have noticed that the indexing is not changed, so row 500:600 may not exist as a 100 rows anymore.

3 posts were split to a new topic: How to plot graphs & look for inconsistencies?

Ok. I will try that when the lecture is over. Thank you…

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Wan’t there a kaggle competion we should have entered as well besides the final course project? I guess it was removed, but does any one else remember this or am I finally going insane?

I was able to use jovianML library with WinPython and Pyside on Windows 7 64bit

Same here with windows 10 and standard python. I simply did pip install jovian (with admin privileges).

Did you manage to use “commit” without typing out the whole API key manually? Because the password cannot be pasted into the cmd line

Thank you for the course, it was really really interesting!! Well done!! Good job!!

Big thank you to @aakashns and Team!!

Thank you so much! Regards!

…and looking forward to the next one!!!

A big thank you to @aakashns and the whole course team. All the lectures in this course are awesome.

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