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Python & Data 2: Manipulating & Transforming Data (ONLINE)

Python & Data 2: Manipulating & Transforming Data (ONLINE) Online

Join workshop in Webex: https://gsumeetings.webex.com/meet/jwalker184

Can't make it? Watch recorded workshop: https://lib.gsu.edu/rds-recordings

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The Python & Data workshop series will introduce participants to the fundamentals of using the Python programming language and associated tools for the purposes of performing common data analysis tasks. Python is an extremely popular programming language used by analysts, researchers, and scientists in many different disciplines.

This series consists of three workshops. For individuals who are new to Python, coding, or data analysis, it is highly recommended that the workshops be attended in sequential order. Additionally, while these workshops are taught exclusively using code (i.e. there are no point-and-click methods), attendees do not need to have any prior experience with programming, coding, or scripting. All are welcome.

Workshop Topics:

-- Selecting, sub-setting, and manipulating data

-- Transforming and generating variables

-- Handling data with missing values

-- Generating crosstabs / contingency tables

Prerequisites: None.

Software Requirements for Hands-on Participation:

-- Participants will need a Google / Gmail account in order to access Google Colab

-- No software installation is required.

NOTE: Please read our Workshops ~ Etiquette & Policies page for pertinent information to your workshop attendance.

Presenter: Jeremy Walker, Data Services Librarian and member of the Library's Research Data Services Team

Related LibGuide: *Research Data Services @ Georgia State University Library by Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh

Tuesday, January 25, 2022
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
All Campuses
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
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Registration is required. There are 67 seats available.

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