So. You're interested in data science, but you don't know where to start. I want to let you know; you've come to right place.
My name is Seth Hamilton. I'm an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science double degree at Texas A&M University. The skills I'll be covering in this crash course are skill you can use in work, school, side projects, and (hopefully) your Datathon project. So let's go over what I'll be teaching you guys.
First, we'll dive into a process known as "data wrangling"... That word makes me think of cowboys for some reason. But seriously, finding good data and getting it into a pandas data-frame can actually be half the battle. I'll make sure you guys know how to find and load a dataset of your choice and do some quick analysis.
We'll then hop over to data visualization and cover the basics of seaborne. Yeah... we gotta start with the basics. But trust me; with the basics of this tool under your belt, you'll look like a data science wizard since you'll be able to visualize most, if not all, of the data sets you encounter.
I'm thrilled to jump into the world of data wrangling and visualization with you. Let's get started.
Saturday Jul 25th, 5:00pm to 7:00pm (CDT)
Seth an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science double degree at Texas A&M University (and a part of the TAMU Datathon Logistics team). He has used DS/ML to automate stock trading, work on school labs, and to compete in last year's datathon!
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