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Exploratory data analysis, or EDA, helps us get a foundational understanding of our dataset. Through exploring our data, we get an understanding of the data and its patterns so we can build efficient predictive models. This process takes a fair amount of time because we implement several data preprocessing tasks. For this tutorial, we’ll needContinue reading “Basics of Exploratory Data Analysis”
Time is super valuable. If we can save ourselves a few minutes or hours each day from having to do repetitive tasks, we can spend that saved time on activities we love. As programmers, we can automate some of these repetitive tasks and get back to living the life we want. Let’s look at creatingContinue reading “How to Automatically Transcribe a Notion MP3 File”
“This audio format is not supported” Have you ever gotten this error message? That’s what inspired this article. I had a file that I needed to be an mp3 file that was saved as an m4a. I needed the file type to be mp3 to work with it. There were two solutions available to me.Continue reading “Converting Audio File Type in Python”
JSON is a format that is used to send, receive and store data from systems in a network. It is referred to as “light-weight” in comparison to larger formats, such as HTML or XML. There are formatting techniques in Python that can be used to convert JSON to Python objects and vice versa. Python is built with a standard library of helpful modules and the JSON module is one of them. Once we import it using the following code, we have full use of its functionalities.
Hey, everyone! In my journey to become the master of all things NLP, I’d like to begin with the beginning. This underlying foundation is referred to as Neural Networks. In the first installment of this series, I’ll dive into a bit of introduction on the concept as a whole. What are Neural Networks? Neural networksContinue reading “Explorations in Machine Learning: Intro to Neural Networks“
Nested lists are Python representations of two dimensional arrays. They are used to represent lists of lists. For example, a list of grocery lists for the month or matrices we can multiply. In this post we’re going to go over how to use Python to create and manipulate nested lists. We’ll go over: Python NestedContinue reading “Nested Lists in Python”
Last year we created a High Low Guessing Game as part of our series on Super Simple Python projects. In that game, the computer picks a number and then you guess the numbers. With each guess, the computer will tell you if the number you guessed is higher or lower than the number it picked.Continue reading “Can Python Guess Your Number?”
Expense tracking is a common task used in every industry. In this post, we’re going to build a simple expense tracker in Python for exercise. This Python expense tracker will simply track your expenses in a CSV file. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a Python expense tracking program that shows you yourContinue reading “Expense Tracker in Python – Level 1”
Clipping audio files is one of the most basic functions of working with audio data. The `pydub` library makes this super easy. Just like the piece about cropping and resizing images, the only reason this program makes it into the Level 1 Python category is the use of an external library. In this post we’reContinue reading “Level 1 Python: Create an Audio Clipping Tool”
Want to have a better memory? It’s been said that playing memory games helps. In this post, we build a simple memory game in Python. This game will test your memory by giving a series of strings for you to remember until you can’t do it anymore. *Disclaimer: memory capacity improvement not guaranteed. How toContinue reading “How to Create a Simple Memory Game in Python”
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