Python – Data Analytics – Real World Hands-on Projects

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What you’ll learn

  • Master Big Data Analytics utilizing Python programming language
  • Acquire proficiency in completing data analysis tasks using Python
  • Apply Python Pandas Library to solve real-time analytical questions
  • Enhance analytical skills through hands-on projects
  • Explore core Python programming language concepts relevant to data analysis
  • Gain insights into basic Data Science methodologies and practices
  • Access downloadable source codes and datasets for all projects
  • Utilize Python libraries such as Pandas and Matplotlib to perform advanced data analysis
  • Understand fundamental data manipulation techniques using Pandas
  • Visualize data effectively using Matplotlib
  • Learn to handle diverse datasets efficiently
  • Develop a solid foundation in Python for data analytics purposes
  • Experience an engaging learning journey
  • Analyze various datasets effectively – Weather Data, Netflix Data, Covid-19 Data, Cars Data, Police Data, London Housing Data, Census Data, Udemy Data

Requirements

  • Only Basic Python Programming knowledge is required
  • You can use any IDE like Jupyter Notebook or Google Colab etc for coding
  • All source codes and datasets are freely available to download
  • Interest in Data Analytics / Data Science / Python

Description

In this comprehensive course, we present to you 8 meticulously crafted Data Analytics projects, meticulously solved using Python, a language renowned for its versatility and effectiveness in the realm of data analysis.

These projects serve as an invaluable resource for individuals embarking on their journey towards a career as a Data Analyst, offering practical insights and hands-on experience essential for success in the field.

Moreover, for those contemplating a transition into the dynamic and rewarding domain of data analytics, these projects provide a solid foundation, equipping learners with the requisite skills and knowledge to navigate the complexities of real-world data analysis scenarios with confidence and proficiency.

Designed with students in mind, these projects are not only educational but also serve as potential submissions for academic institutions. By working through these projects, students can demonstrate their proficiency in data analysis techniques and enhance their academic credentials.

As part of our commitment to fostering a supportive learning environment, we provide access to the source code and datasets for all projects, enabling learners to delve deeper into the material and reinforce their understanding through hands-on experimentation.

Each project is accompanied by clear and concise explanations, ensuring accessibility for learners of all levels. Whether you’re a novice exploring the fundamentals of data analysis or a seasoned professional seeking to expand your skill set, you’ll find these projects to be both engaging and enlightening.

Central to the completion of these projects is the utilization of the Python Pandas Library, a powerful toolset for data manipulation and analysis. By leveraging the capabilities of Pandas, learners gain practical experience in handling and analyzing data efficiently, setting the stage for success in their future endeavors.

For further elucidation on the concepts and techniques covered in each project, we encourage learners to peruse the descriptions provided for each video lecture, where additional insights and guidance await.

Now, let’s delve into the diverse array of projects awaiting you:

Project 1 – Weather Data Analysis

Project 2 – Cars Data Analysis

Project 3 – Police Data Analysis

Project 4 – Covid Data Analysis

Project 5 – London Housing Data Analysis

Project 6 – Census Data Analysis

Project 7 – Udemy Data Analysis

Project 8 – Netflix Data Analysis

Some examples of commands used in these projects are :

* head() – It shows the first N rows in the data (by default, N=5).

* shape – It shows the total no. of rows and no. of columns of the dataframe

* index – This attribute provides the index of the dataframe

* columns – It shows the name of each column

* dtypes – It shows the data-type of each column

* unique() – In a column, it shows all the unique values. It can be applied on a single column only, not on the whole dataframe.

* nunique() – It shows the total no. of unique values in each column. It can be applied on a single column as well as on the whole dataframe.

* count – It shows the total no. of non-null values in each column. It can be applied on a single column as well as on the whole dataframe.

* value_counts – In a column, it shows all the unique values with their count. It can be applied on a single column only.

* info() – Provides basic information about the dataframe.* size – To show No. of total values(elements) in the dataset.

* duplicated( ) – To check row wise and detect the Duplicate rows.

* isnull( ) – To show where Null value is present.

* dropna( ) – It drops the rows that contains all missing values.

* isin( ) – To show all records including particular elements.

* str.contains( ) – To get all records that contains a given string.

* str.split( ) – It splits a column’s string into different columns.

* to_datetime( ) – Converts the data-type of Date-Time Column into datetime[ns] datatype.

* dt.year.value_counts( ) – It counts the occurrence of all individual years in Time column.

* groupby( ) – Groupby is used to split the data into groups based on some criteria.

* sns.countplot(df[‘Col_name’]) – To show the count of all unique values of any column in the form of bar graph.

* max( ), min( ) – It shows the maximum/minimum value of the series

* mean( ) – It shows the mean value of the series.

Through these projects and commands, learners will not only acquire essential skills in data analysis but also gain a deeper understanding of the underlying principles and methodologies driving the field of data analytics. Whether you’re pursuing a career as a Data Analyst, seeking to enhance your academic portfolio, or simply eager to expand your knowledge and skills in Python-based data analysis, this course is tailored to meet your needs and aspirations.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone looking for Data Analyst job
  • Students looking for Data Analytics Projects
  • Beginner & Intermediate Python Programmers
  • Anyone wants to enhance big data analysis skills
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