An overview of the PyViz ecosystem to make data visualizations in Python easier to use, learn and more powerful. Photo by Isaac Smith on Unsplash The purpose of visualization is insight, not pictures.―Ben Shneiderman If you work with data, then Data Visualisation is a vital part of your daily routine. And if you use Python for … Continue reading PyViz: Simplifying the Data Visualisation process in Python.
A quick overview of the super useful Collections module of Python. If the implementation is hard to explain, it’s a bad idea :The Zen of Python Python is a pretty powerful language and a large part of this power comes from the fact that it supports modular programming. Modular programming is essentially the process of breaking down … Continue reading Python’s Collections Module — High-performance container data types.
Face detection is a computer vision technology that helps to locate/visualize human faces in digital images. This technique is a specific use case of object detection technology that deals with detecting instances of semantic objects of a certain class (such as humans, buildings or cars) in digital images and videos. With the advent of technology, … Continue reading Face Detection with Python using OpenCV
If you are aspiring to be a data scientist you are going to be working with a lot of Data. Much of the data resides in Databases and hence you should be comfortable accessing data from databases through queries and then working on them to find key insights. Data forms an integral part of the … Continue reading Programming with Databases in Python using SQLite