[Future of Work] Mining Big Data with Python

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults
  • Category: Science & Technology, SkillsFuture, Other Happenings
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Thu, 30 May, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (GMT+8)

Clementi Public Library

Programme Zone

3155 Commonwealth Avenue West #05-13/14/15 The Clementi Mall

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults

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Mining Big Data with Python aims to introduce participants to the process of gleaning important insights through data collection and analysis. Workshop participants will gain first-hand experience in data analysis and visualization where they will learn how programming language such as python is utilized in data science.

Participants will be able to gain a key understanding of the major market trends that involve big data through the sorting of messy data sets and visualisation of large data sets by filtering data and drawing correlations.

Participants are required to bring their own laptops for the workshop.

About Future of Work
The economy and the landscape of work are fast-changing. Designed for adults seeking to stay ahead of the curve, NLB’s Future of Work series provides bite-sized yet insightful talks and hands-on sessions that help navigate and make sense of emerging trends and new concepts synonymous with the Future Economy.
Before deep diving into extended courses and training programmes, explore at libraries how critical competencies and areas, such as data analytics, design thinking, and Internet of Things, are transforming the way we work. Go to http://bit.ly/futureofworknlb to check out and register for programmes in the series.

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