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For trading enthusiasts: I made a highly-efficient Python library that combines NumPy, Numba and Plotly to backtest trading strategies interactively

Supercharging MS SQL Server with Python
How to use Python to automate everything SQL

matplotlib / matplotlib
matplotlib: plotting with Python

Dictionary as an Alternative to If-Else
Use Dictionaries to Create a Cleaner Code of If-Else Function

How to use NLP in Python: a Practical Step-by-Step Example
To find out the In-Demand Skills for Data…

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Getting Started With Jupyter Notebooks in Visual Studio Code
VS Code now provides native support of…

10 Useful ML Practices For Python Developers
Fast bug-free coding

Denoising autoencoders with Keras, TensorFlow, and Deep Learning
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use autoencoders to denoise images using Keras, ...

15 things you should know about Dictionaries in Python
Guidelines to use dictionaries in Python

Google Python Challenge #1
The cake is not a lie.

Is Flux Better Than Tensorflow?
Relax! Flux is a machine-learning library that doesn’t make you…

Outstanding results predicting Apple Stock applying ML on Global News (Python)
Simplicity is key.

Five Interesting Data Engineering Projects

Let’s Build A Simple Interpreter. Part 18: Executing Procedure Calls
“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” ― ...

Loading NumPy arrays from disk: mmap() vs. Zarr/HDF5
svg { width: 100%; margin-top: 1em; margin-bottom: 1em; } If your NumPy array is too ...

Using Python and Robinhood to Build An Iron Condor Options Trading Bot

How to Speedup your Pandas Code by 10x
Fooled you! The trick is getting out of Pandas

Ten Tricks To Speed Up Your Python Codes
Tiny improvement at each step, great leap as a whole

How I used machine learning to strategize my GRE preparation.
The most challenging part of GRE…

Practical Spark Tips for Data Scientists
To make your life a little comfortable while working with…

Use Python to Hang Your Picture Frames on the Wall
When your programming skills are better than your…

Introducing Trelawney : a unified Python API for interpretation of Machine Learning Models

Python Hub Weekly Digest for 2020-02-23

Build pyenv Python versions on macOS Catalina 10.15
I'm still working on getting pyenv in my bloodstream. It seems like totally the right tool for ...

Top 5 Functions for Exploratory Data Analysis with Pandas
Or maybe a couple more?

What Are Frozen Sets in Python?
If tuples and sets had a love child

‚öôÔłŹ Projects

kubernetes-client / python
Official Python client library for kubernetes

timesler / facenet-pytorch
Pretrained Pytorch face detection (MTCNN) and recognition (InceptionResnet) models

facebookresearch / LASER
Language-Agnostic SEntence Representations

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After learning Python for the past year, I made a program where you can save blocks of text and automatically paste them with a shortcut

I made a tool that allows you to batch copy text with CTRL+C (Python and Tkinter)

I have been learning python as my first language for a few months now and I finally made a project I think is fun and proud enough of to show off.

My python image/GIF glitching library is now on pypi!

I made a recursive maze solver in Python

Made a media controller using Python and swift. (Works on all OS and all media players incYouTube)

[OC] 2D Raycasting simulaton with python

Making a game with pygame library

When I was learning machine learning for the first time, the exact manner in which convolutional neural networks worked always evaded me, largely because they were only ever explained at an introductory level in tutorials. So, I made an animated video explaining exactly how CNNs work. Hope it helps!

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