Tutorial: Create Your Own API - Part 1

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Tutorial: Create Your Own API - Part 1

This is the first tutorial of a short series where we will build our own API. In the first part, we introduce you to the Flask framework, which we will use for our API. We will also create the first Flask application and connect it with a simple web page. Get comfortable, let's dig in!

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Tutorial: The Basics Of Web Scraping In Python

Tutorial: The Basics Of Web Scraping In Python

Another week, another tutorial! This week, we will use well-known Python packages requests and BeautifulSoup to extract the information from the websites. We will extract the text of an article from the webpage www.espn.com/nba.This week we will show you how to start with Machine Learning in Python on a simple regression exercise using Pandas and sklearn. These two packages are state of the art for data wrangling and Machine Learning in Python. Get comfortable, let's dig in!

Tutorial: Regression in Python

Tutorial: Regression in Python

This week we will show you how to start with Machine Learning in Python on a simple regression exercise using Pandas and sklearn. These two packages are state of the art for data wrangling and Machine Learning in Python. Get comfortable, let's dig in!

Tutorial: Classification in Python

Tutorial: Classification in Python

In this weeks tutorial, we will show you how to approach classification problems with simple Machine Learning algorithms in Python, using pandas and sklearn. These two packages are state of the art for data wrangling and Machine Learning in Python.

Tutorial: APIs for Data Science

Tutorial: APIs for Data Science

In simple words, an API is a (hypothetical) contract between 2 software saying if the user software provides input in a pre-defined format, the later with extend its functionality and provide the outcome to the user software. Think of it like this, Graphical user interface (GUI) or command line interface (CLI) allows humans to Interact with code, where as an Application programmable interface (API) allows one piece of code to interact with other code.