Introduction to Data Science with Python (DSC-2022-04)


17.05. - 20.05.2022


09:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Workshop for PhD students and Postdocs from the University of Bremen


Speaker:
Martin Schneider (eoda)


Location:
Online

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
The basic training in Python with the focus on data science is the ideal introduction for analysts to the programming language. In addition to programming paradigms, object types and syntax structures, we will discuss pandas, the central library for the data management. The course deals with the following topics:

  • First steps into Python
  • Concept and philosophy of Python
  • Data structures and their properties
  • Importing data
  • Data management with pandas
  • Data analysis with Python
  • Loops and control elements

OBJECTIVES
After the training, the participants will be able to implement data management as well as the first analyses and visualizations in Python.

TARGET AUDIENCE
The training addresses people who want to take their first steps in Python to use the language for data analysis. The course is an introductory event. No prior knowledge is required.


ABOUT THE TRAINER
Martin Schneider has been working as Senior Data Scientist at eoda GmbH in Kassel since 2012. His main activities are data analysis projects and empowering people in data science.

eoda GmbH is an IT company specialized in Data Science working towards the mission “Data Science Empowerment”. As a pioneer in Germany for open-source programming languages and as a Full Service Certified Partner of RStudio and Anaconda, eoda offers a holistic training and qualification concept – with a performant toolset around programming languages like R, Python and Spark.
The interdisciplinary team of eoda combines deep knowledge of business processes with the competent application of the appropriate analytic methods and can draw from experiences in cross-disciplinary use cases. Learn more about eoda .