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Face Detection with 7 Lines of Code in Python
I will show you how to create your own face detection…

I wrote a Python script to generate your personal YouTube report.

Python Progress Bars with Tqdm by Example
Learn how to leverage progress bars with Juypter notebooks…

I created a GitHub repository explaining the complete process of downloading several thousand submissions and comments from any public subreddit and performing Data and Text Mining on them using scaCy, pandas, matplotlib, seaborn, word_cloud and requests.

5 Books that helped me learn Python, fast.

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How to efficiently loop through Pandas DataFrame

Learning to Use Progress Bars in Python
Introduction to 4 different libraries (Command Line & UI)

7 Weeks Career Transformation Challenge with Python

The Ultimate Guide to Python Decorators, Part III: Decorators with Arguments
This is the third part of my in-depth tutorial on Python decorators. In parts I and II I showed you ...

Python For Data Science — Advance Guide to Data Visualization with Plotly
How to Add and Customize…

Creating Interactive Dashboards from Jupyter Notebooks
Introduction I am pleased to have another guest post from Duarte O.Carmo. He wrote series of posts ...

Reducing NumPy memory usage with lossless compression
If you’re running into memory issues because your NumPy arrays are too large, one of the ...

5 Python features I wish I had known earlier
Python tricks beyond lambda, map, and filter

Complete Beginner’s Guide to Processing Whatsapp Data with Python
Making use of basic Python methods…

Hands-on End-to-End Automated Machine Learning
A hands on experience for AutoML coding ina Python…

Writing If-else multiple ways in Python 3
By Lenin Mishra We all know about if else clauses in Python 3. Probably we use them on a daily ...

Top 5 Programming Languages to Learn in 2020 — Best of All
Python, Java, JavaScript, C/C++, and Scala

Is Julia Set to Take Over Python the Same Way Python Took Over JAVA?

Finding Natural Breaks in Data with the Fisher-Jenks Algorithm
Introduction This article is inspired by a tweet from Peter Baumgartner. In the tweet he mentioned ...

How to efficiently loop through Pandas DataFrame

What is if __name__ == '__main__' ?
By Lenin Mishra So what is __ name __? Before we get rolling, I want you to create 2 python files. ...

How To Merge Two Lists in Python
Use list concatenation or the splat operator

A Python and Preact app deployed on Heroku
Heroku is great but it's sometimes painful when your app isn't just in one single language. What I ...

Violin Plot — It’s Time to Ditch the Box Plots
The idea of combining KDE and Box Plots sounds…

Tuning dlib shape predictor hyperparameters to balance speed, accuracy, and model size
In this tutorial, you will learn how to optimally tune dlib’s shape predictor ...

Python Hub Weekly Digest for 2019-12-22

⚙️ Projects

cloudflare / flan
A pretty sweet vulnerability scanner

luka1199 / geo-heatmap
đź—ş Generate an interactive geo heatmap from your Google location data

GoogleContainerTools / distroless
🥑 Language focused docker images, minus the operating system.

MobSF / Mobile-Security-Framework-MobSF
Mobile Security Framework (MobSF) is an automated, all-in-one mobile application (Android/iOS/Windows) pen-testing, malware analysis and security assessment framework capable of performing static and dynamic analysis.

đź‘ľ Reddits

A simple tool written in python to make pixel art from images using excel sheets ( repo:

Someone tried to perform an SQL injection attack on my Flask Server. Nice Try But Nobody likes PHP.

Python tool to turn images into sound by creating a sound whose spectrogram looks like the image. Motivated by DOOM hiding satanic symbols in its soundtrack. [OC]

I created an AI to play "Flappy Bird": my first steps into AI (using Pygame and NEAT-python)

Get information on over 10,000 file extensions right from the terminal

First New Years Resolution I’ve ever been excited about

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