This blog post serves as an exercise and solution to the following question:

In plain English: is the fraction a repeated decimal (0.142857142857142857…)?

(more…) Read more · 9 minutesThe posts in this category are mathematically oriented.

This blog post serves as an exercise and solution to the following question:

In plain English: is the fraction a repeated decimal (0.142857142857142857…)?

(more…) Read more · 9 minutesIn this course, you will learn how to use the Python Pandas. After the course, you will be able to:

- Load and transform your data
- Visualizing data using line plots, scatter plots and histograms
- Merging and storing data

The course also includes more advanced topics, such as data parallelization and aggregation.

You can see all course content under “Curriculum” on Data Blogger Courses and the first three lessons are free. The first free lesson can be found here.

(more…) Read moreMathematics is the study of measurement, properties and relationships of quantities and sets, using numbers and symbols. In other words, we can say that Mathematics is the study of numbers & their calculations. It is used by all the individuals in their everyday life. It is essential in many fields, including natural science, engineering, medicine, finance and the social sciences. So, this is the basic information about Mathematics that everyone must know. Now moving on to the main reason behind this blog. In this blog we will discuss about various Courses, Entrance Exams, Institutes & Careers in Mathematics. We know some of the students find Mathematics field boring. But many of them find this subject interesting and want to continue their career in this field. So, to help the students like you we have discussed everything you need to know about Mathematics. This will surely help you in making your bright career in this field. Let’s start with the Entrance Exams that are related with Mathematics.

Read more · 20 minutesPython List Comprehension support is great for creating readable but compact code for representing mathematical ideas. In this blog post, the concept of list, set and dictionary comprehensions are explained and a few examples in Python are given.

Maybe slightly different but also interesting is this blog post which explains Matplotlib for Python step-by-step. Something completely different: if you are looking for a Pythonic job, but don’t know how to answer Python interview questions, take a look at this article.

Read more · 13 minutesIn this tutorial, you will learn how to find a combination of stocks with high expected return and low risk using Python.

Read more · 12 minutesHuray! It was Pi day last week! To celebrate this, I will sketch the solution of a well-known problem in which pi shows up unexpectedly. One entertaining introduction video about this problem can be found here.

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