TW hosts: Analytics with 🐼 Pandas and Jupyterlab Workshop with Pyladies Hamburg

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ThoughtWorks is super excited to host Pyladies Hamburg for their Meetup "Analytics with 🐼 Pandas and Jupyterlab Workshop".

PLEASE don't RSVP here but directly at the event page linked below:
>>>Register here: https://www.meetup.com/PyLadies-Hamburg/events/265637196/

Details:
For Analytics Pandas is a de-facto industry standard and an established tool in the scientific community. Dealing with data-analysis is easy and simple - but there are some things you need to get your head around first as Data-Frames and Data-Series.

This tutorial, Alexander CS Hendorf, is an introduction to how to work with Jupyterlab and Pandas to make simple data analytics incl. visualisations. Pandas is not only useful in data science it’s also a great tool for creating e.g. sales reports or any other data-driven report required in business. It’s easy to make fancy analytics while integrating with fellow co-workers used working with Excel.

Beginners' skills in Python programming are sufficient to join this workshop.

**PLEASE COME PREPARED:** Follow the instructions here:
https://github.com/alanderex/pydata-pandas-workshop

In case you need help to set-up, ping [masked] the week before.

**Outline:**
Part one: The Basics
- Working with pandas and Jupyterlab
- reading and writing data across multiple formats (CSV, Excel, JSON, SQL, HTML,…)
- selecting and accessing data
- inner-mechanics of Pandas: Data-Frames, Data-Series
- boolean indexes
Part two: Glimpse into Visualisation
- Pandas features directly accessible, powerful visualisations.
- enhance visualisations / inner mechanics
Part three: Data Analytics and Aggregation
- statistical data analysis and aggregation
- indexing
- data grouping and aggregation

The workshop will be provided as Jupyter notebooks for the attendees to follow along.
The workshop does include exercises.

What you need to bring:
• a laptop
• your GitHub account. Create one, if you do not have one already.

**About Alexander**
Alexander' professional career was always about digitalization: starting from vinyl records in the nineties to advanced data analytics nowadays. He's a Python Software Foundation fellow, PySV chairperson, one of the 25 mongoDB masters and serial organiser of Python conferences as EuroPython, PyConDE & PyData Berlin and the scientific EuroSciPy. Alexander is a regular contributor and speaker to the tech community. As regular speaker at international conferences he loves to talk about, discuss and train tech.
Being a partner at Königsweg - a boutique consultancy based in Mannheim, Germany - he's advising and training industry clients in AI, data science and big data matters.

• A special thank goes to our sponsor: ThoughtWorks

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