Learn Python for Data Science

Why Python?

To help many others learn python faster, I decided to create this tutorial. We will take bite-sized information on how to use Python for Data Science in this tutorial, practice it until we are comfortable and use it for our own purpose. Why learn Python for data science? Recently, Python has gained a lot of interest as a language choice for data science because of extensive support libraries from the communities, integration feature and improved programmer’s productivity. However, there are several limitations such as difficulty in using other languages (not many similarities such as semicolons or declaring cast type), weak in mobile computing, gets slow in speed (compiler), run-time errors (strict design restrictions) and lack database access layers.

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Pokemon TCG price tracker using Python

If you want to check price down on some websites, you can use this script. I’m going to track the cost of Pokemon TCG (Reshiram & Charizard GX— 217/214— Hyper Rare Card) on this demo’s Troll & Toad page and send me an email automatically if any price drops above $50. You can use this script on all various websites.

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Automating facebook group posting using selenium webdriver and python

According to Snapagency, $75,000 a year, or 35% percent of all marketing spend on average for companies, almost cost a year of operation. The business owner should build awareness for their product and service. High and deepen engagement about the business can help to create a continuous brand experience and increase brand visibility. There are many tools and channels to market their business nowadays. One of the methods is to post valuable content on Facebook. But how you can automate this process without wasting your time? You can use this script to automate posting to a specific Facebook group you are a member. WARNING: PLEASE USE THIS SCRIPT WITH CAUTIOUS. Facebook will limit your posting if too much often. Take a break between posts and leave sometime in between around 10 minutes.

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