Introducing …

Python Data Mastery

Discover the fastest, most effective way to learn data science in Python

• Master Python data science syntax
• Learn essential data science skills in weeks
• Become “fluent” in writing Python code

In Python Data Mastery, you’ll learn essential data science skills

Python Data Mastery will teach you several critical areas of data science: basic programming, data manipulation, and data visualization.

To do this, you’ll learn four areas within Python:

  • Base Python
  • NumPy
  • Pandas
  • Matplotlib

Specifically, here’s what you’ll learn when you join:

Base Python

In the first two modules, you’ll learn base Python.

The Python programming language forms the foundation of data science in Python, so you need to know quite a bit about data types, logic, and control structures.

 

 

With that in mind, you’ll learn:

  • data types
  • how to perform mathematical calculations in Python
  • logical expressions
  • strings
  • lists and tuples
  • if/else statements
  • for loops
  • functions

If you’re a true beginner to Python, these topics will be explained in a clear, easy to understand manner, so it will all be crystal clear.

And if you have a little experience with Python, you’ll discover a training system that will enable you to become “fluent” in all of these foundational techniques.

NumPy

After learning about base Python, you’ll learn about NumPy.

The NumPy package is a toolkit for working with numeric data. It’s widely used in a variety of tasks within data science, like statistics, data visualization, and machine learning.

Because it’s so common, you really should know Numpy backwards and forwards.

In the NumPy lessons, you’ll learn everything you need to know, like:

  • What NumPy arrays are
  • How to think about array axes
  • How to reshape NumPy arrays
  • How to “split” and “combine” NumPy arrays
  • How to aggregate the numbers in NumPy arrays (i.e., sum, average, min, max)
  • How to generate NumPy arrays with random data

Again, everything will be explained in a clear, straightforward manner that makes it easy for you to understand.

And you get practice exercises that will enable you to master every tool and technique that you learn.

Pandas

Next, you’ll learn about Pandas, which is a toolkit for working with “dataframes.”

If you’re not familiar with them, dataframes are row-and-column data structures that are very common in data science.  They are sort of like Excel spreadsheets, and they are extremely common for storing and analyzing data.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • What dataframes are
  • How to create dataframes from raw data
  • How to import csv data into a dataframe
  • How to add variables to dataframes
  • How to delete variables from dataframes
  • How to subset and “slice” dataframes
  • … and more

Pandas is extremely useful for doing data manipulation in Python. In fact, you’ll need Pandas in almost every part of the data science workflow. We’ll help you learn it so well, you’ll be “fluent” in writing Pandas code to manipulate your data.

Matplotlib

You’ll also learn about matplotlib.

Matplotlib is an extremely common data visualization toolkit for Python.

 In the Matplotlib modules, you’ll learn:

  • How to create bar charts
  • How to create scatter plots
  • How to create histograms
  • How to create line charts
  • How to format your data visualizations with “style sheets”

Seaborn

Finally, you’ll also learn about Seaborn.

Seaborn is another data visualization toolkit for Python.  The advantage of Searborn is that it’s easier to use than Matplotlib, and it works better with Pandas DataFrames.

 In the Seaborn modules, you’ll learn:

  • How to create Seaborn bar charts
  • How to create scatter plots with Seaborn
  • How to create density plots
  • How to create line charts with Seaborn
  • How to make “small multiple” charts (this is a powerful technique!)
  • … and more

Learn how to combine syntax

Once you master the individual tools from Pandas, Numpy, and Seaborn, we’ll show you how to “put the pieces together” …

You’ll learn how to combine syntax together to do real data science work.

An image of a laptop, which is playing a video showing how to "chain together" Python methods.

This is the secret to real productivity with Python.

Once you learn how to combine syntax together, you’ll be able to wrangle and visualize your data like a pro.

(If you’ve been looking for something like dplyr pipes from R, you need to learn this!)

Learn data preparation
and data analysis

Finally, after you learn how to combine syntax, you’ll lear the process for data preparation and data analysis.

An image that shows a laptop, playing a video that shows the process for preparing data in R.

In Python Data Mastery, you’ll learn a step-by-step process for getting, cleaning, and reshaping your data.

You’ll also learn a step-by-step process for analyzing your data.

You’ll learn how to combine techniques from base Python, Pandas, Seaborn, and other modules to analyze data and find insights.

An image that shows a laptop that's playing a video which explains how to analyze data with dplyr, ggplot2, and the Tidyverse.

Become “fluent” in Python data science

Python Data Mastery has been carefully designed to help you become “fluent” in Python … to help you master the techniques of data science in Python.

Imagine…

You sit down at your computer to work on a data science project, and you type the code effortlessly.

That is what real skill looks like.

When you join Python Data Mastery, you’ll discover a training system that will help you become “fluent” in critical Python syntax.

Our training system will enable you to memorize the syntax for base Python, NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, and Seaborn.

By memorizing the essential syntax, you’ll build the foundation for writing more complicated pieces of data science code.

The simple syntax that you memorize will become the “building blocks” for more complex data science projects.

It’s like learning a foreign language. First, you need to master essential vocabulary. But after that, you can start putting that vocabulary together in more complex ways. If you practice dilligently, you’ll become “fluent” in that language. You’ll be able to speak fluidly and rapidly.

It’s the same thing with learning a programming language like Python.  You have to learn the “vocabulary” and then you move on to building things that are more complex.

Python Data Mastery will show you exactly how to become “fluent” in Python …

After a few weeks of practice, you’ll be able to write Python data science code fluently, rapidly, and from memory.

 

“Your practice method is simply effective beyond words”

– Joshua F., Sharp Sight student

When you join Python Data Mastery, you’ll get everything you need to master data science fast:

✅ Over 70 video lessons

✅ Over 15 hours of video content

✅ Over 500 practice exercises

✅ A system for practicing Python syntax

✅ Lifetime access to course materials (access everyday, 24/7, permanently)

✅ Free access to all future updates to the Python Data Mastery course

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