Introduction to Jupyter

with Martin Ganchev

This course will help you download and install the Anaconda Distribution, as well as teach you how to set up the included Jupyter environment.

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4 Practical Tasks
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Course Overview

One of the most widely used coding environments for programming in Python, R, or Julia today is Jupyter. It is extremely intuitive and has been built to accommodate the needs of both beginner and advanced users. However, before you feel comfortable with using it, you may want to make sure that you know how to use it properly. This requires only a few steps and this course aims at assisting you to make them.

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What You'll Learn

Jupyter is one of the most widely used coding environments for programming these days. This is the course that will teach you how to use it properly.

Learn how to set up the Jupyter environment 
Acquire the concepts of using Jupyter 
Work with notebook files 
Handle error messages in Jupyter 


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I enrolled in this course after completing the "Introduction to Data and Data Science" course, and this course exceeded my expectations! The course was clear and concise and the topics covered were easy-to-understand due to the brief presentation. Jupyter shortcuts are quite interesting and the instructor has done a great job explaining their application.
For starters, it has enough useful content and doesn't add advanced content to avoid confusion. This content was required at the beginning of the Python course and did not exist before, and it has recently been added, which is a correct and valuable work.
The course is very clear and concise but the exam is not accurate, the question about converting from markdown to code has a problem. On a MacBook I don't need to press esc+Y I simply press Y and it works fine.
I was hoping there would be more explanation of the file directory that jupyter is pulling from in order to help me better understand how/where to store python classes and modules for my own use.
I love how he always breakdown everything to the smallest details, so it doesn't matter what level of intelligence you've you will always be able to understand his lectures.
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Martin Ganchev

“If you want to be able to write code, save it as it flies, and share it with colleagues, you have come to the right place. In this course, I will teach you how to do all of that using Jupyter. I’ll walk you through the entire process step by step – from installing Anaconda to using shortcuts, and handling error messages.”

Martin Ganchev

Worked at the European Commission

Introduction to Jupyter

with Martin Ganchev

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