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DataCamp Importing Data in Python Part 2

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Hugo Bowne-Anderson
Francisco Castro

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Part 1 of this course can be found here: Importing Data in Python Part 1

From DataCamp:

“As a Data Scientist, on a daily basis you will need to clean data, wrangle and munge it, visualize it, build predictive models and interpret these models. Before doing any of these, however, you will need to know how to get data into Python. In the prequel to this course, you have already learnt many ways to import data into Python: (i) from flat files such as .txts and .csvs; (ii) from files native to other software such as Excel spreadsheets, Stata, SAS and MATLAB files; (iii) from relational databases such as SQLite & PostgreSQL. In this course, you’ll extend this knowledge base by learning to import data (i) from the web and (ii) a special and essential case of this: pulling data from Application Programming Interfaces, also known as APIs, such as the Twitter streaming API, which allows us to stream real-time tweets.”

This course consists of three chapters:

  1. Importing data from the Internet
  2. Interacting with APIs to import data from the web
  3. Diving deep into the Twitter API

Recommended Prerequisites: Importing Data in Python Part 1

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