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NumPy Tutorials
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• Title NumPy Tutorials
• Author(s) Usman Malik, Anne Bonner, Justin Johnson, Tutorials Point
• Publisher: Internet Communities
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• Language: English
• ISBN-10: N/A
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Book Description

These excellent tutorials provide everything you need to know to get started with NumPy.

They explain the basics of NumPy such as its architecture and environment, discusses the various array functions, types of indexing, etc. An introduction to Matplotlib is also provided. All this is explained with the help of examples for better understanding.

They cover multiple topics and concepts during the tutorial, such as Python versions, basic data types, lists, containers, dictionaries, sets, and much more.

• A set of carefully selected extensive free tutorials that can help you build a strong knowledge of various Python and NumPy concepts for data science
• Learn the basics and advanced concepts of NumPy, such as how it can be used with Python programming, how to create pie charts and bar charts with NumPy, etc.
• Learn from the comfort of your home on any device without any deadline
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