We need to do Exploratory Data Analytics (EDA), as the models built on faulty data can be misleading. By exploring, analysing and understanding the dataset we might get a better insight on how to handle data. There can be many possible issues with real dataset like,
And many more…
In 1999, NASA lost a $125M Mars orbiter because an engineering team failed to convert measurements form English to metric units.
Data exploration is often the first step in data analysis. It serves several purposes,
Hello Again..! It’s Friyayyyyyyyyy…which means tomorrow is a holiday 😜
Let’s get started, without futher ado.
They might sound similar, but they are completely different security processes in the world of Identity and Access Management(IAM).
As I have mentioned before, I’ll be posting a seperate article on Bitwise Operations, so do look out for it ;)
Alright, not everyday is a Sunday (coz I found that I am more productive on a Sunday…duhhhh)
Well, I learnt to be kind. …
Heyyaaaa, welcome again. Hope I could bring some more knowledge to your life.
My motto: Learn → Implement → Repeat
So, I built a Dice game using python today. Never knew python had such easy to use libraries to create a GUI. You can check it out here…
Note: Bitwise operations check bit by bit and return an integer, whereas, logical operations returns a boolean value(true/false)
Will be posting an article on this soon!
We will be creating a GUI, where you can roll your Dice. Excited?? Yeah me too!! So, let’s begin.
You can find the entire code here! But let’s first learn how and what to do.
First, we need to import random and tkinter (to create a GUI). We will be generating a random number on our dice, after all that’s what the Dice game is all about, some random luck :|
from tkinter import *
root = Tk()
Also, define the geometry, let’s say,
Our GUI will have two important components, the button which will trigger…
If you have read my previous posts and have followed till here, then you love me!!! Okay, just kidding :[}
If you haven’t, then don’t worry, you have just missed some Disclamers and it’s safe to walk along with me in this journey. So, let’s get staaaarteeeeeeddd.
2. Alternatives to keep things more dramatic
PS: I hate too much drama, but sometimes you might need them for your rescue, if you know what I mean ;)
2.1 Alternative for ‘I am sad’, I am gutted(when you are sad and disappointed), I…
pip install flask
2. Check if it’s successfully installed
from flask import Flask #Flask is an object#now we will create a flask app using that Flask object by calling the Flask constructor [Flask()]app = Flask(__name__) #in case you are not so well versed with py, then __name__ references this file#now the actual thing begins
#let's define a firstname.lastname@example.org('/') #base url
return "Hello World"if __name__ == "__main__":
app.run(debug=True) #it's for devs who are…
I know, logically this should be Day 3, but I have declared Saturday as a holiday for myself. Yes, even for learing, sometimes we should let life just flow with the wind ;)
Okay, enough excuses. So, this is what I learnt today!
But before that let’s do this again. Why would you want to read this? Or should you even read this? Will you benefit anything from this? Don’t worry, don’t think much. I’ll help you with that. If you are someone who finds happiness in learning atleast the smallest things belonging to varied categories, then you are at…
Hey guys, I have decided that from today I’ll be blogging all that I will be learning throughout the day. It’s for my own happiness and satisfaction, but it would give me a great pleasure if what I have been learning could help someone :)
Why would you want to read this? Or should you even read this? Will you benefit anything from this? Don’t worry, don’t think much. I’ll help you with that. If you are someone who finds happiness in learning atleast the smallest things belonging to varied categories, then you are at the right place, let’s learn…
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