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Worldwide pandas documentation sprint – Hungarian chapter
We are going to improve pandas by joining this worldwide development sprint: https://python-sprints.github.io/pandas/ The goal of this sprint is to contribute to pandas by solving issues assigned to us related to the documentation of pandas. This is an opportunity to develop software together in small teams and practice open source contribution. Pandas is an open source Python library for data manipulation and analysis. Its popularity is skyrocketing, and it is becoming the de-facto standard for data science and data engineering. But the number of core developers and contributors did not grow as fast as its popularity, and things like the API documentation would benefit from some help. We plan to help leave the API documentation for the Series and DataFrame classes in a perfect state.

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