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Hands-On Exploratory Data Analysis with Python
Hands-On Exploratory Data Analysis with Python

Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) is an approach to data analysis that involves the application of diverse techniques to gain insights into a dataset. This book will help you gain practical knowledge of the main pillars of EDA - data cleaning, data preparation, data exploration, and data visualization. You’ll start by performing EDA using open source datasets and perform simple to advanced analyses to turn data into meaningful insights. You’ll then learn various descriptive statistical techniques to describe the basic characteristics of data and progress to performing EDA on time-series data. As you advance, you’ll learn how to implement EDA techniques for model development and evaluation and build predictive models to visualize results.

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Lab in C
Lab in C

Hands-on in C programming is the result of many years of hard works done by professors, teachers, students and authors. This book is started and made open-source in order to motivate young readers who are interested to learn programming. In the first edition of the book, we had only published the list of programming examples in each chapters. Hands-on in C programming is always improved in each edition. We are always looking for constructive feedbacks and suggestions. So, if you feel that there could have been certain work done better than what is currently included, feel free to get in touch with any one of the contributors or please drop a line to itsmeskm99@gmail.com.

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Hands-On Big Data Modeling
Hands-On Big Data Modeling

Modeling and managing data is a central focus of all big data projects. In fact, a database is considered to be effective only if you have a logical and sophisticated data model. This book will help you develop practical skills in modeling your own big data projects and improve the performance of analytical queries for your specific business requirements.

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Redux Quick Start Guide
Redux Quick Start Guide

Starting with a detailed overview of Redux, we will follow the test-driven development (TDD) approach to develop single-page applications. We will set up JEST for testing and use JEST to test React, Redux, Redux-Sage, Reducers, and other components. We will then add important middleware and set up immutableJS in our application. We will use common data structures such as Map, List, Set, and OrderedList from the immutableJS framework. We will then add user interfaces using ReactJS, Redux-Form, and Ant Design. We will explore the use of react-router-dom and its functions. We will create a list of routes that we will need in order to create our application, and explore routing on the server site and create the required routes for our application.

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