What you'll learn

A comprehensive course for beginners who want to step into the world of data science and ML.

⭐️ The three main pillars of data science and ML - Programming, Math, and Statistics.

⭐️ How to set up a python environment for Data Science / ML with Anaconda

⭐️ Everything from basic data structures to data extraction using python programming.

⭐️ How to work with essential data libraries: NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, and Seaborn.

⭐️ How linear algebra and calculus underpin the training of ML models.

⭐️ How Statistics enables you to describe data and quantify uncertainty in an experiment.

⭐️ All pre-requisites and pre-work before starting Google’s(or any) ML program.

Course Outline

Course Curriculum

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  Welcome to the course
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  Environment setup for coding in Python
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  Introduction to Programming in Python
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  Introduction to NumPy
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  Pandas - How to work with real-world data
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  Data Visualisation with Matplotlib & Seaborn
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  Basics of Algebra
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  Essential Linear Algebra for Machine Learning
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  Calculus for ML and DL
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  Descriptive Statistics for Data Science
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To help you decide

Take the course if...

✓ You are looking for the first steps to start your career in data science or ML.

✓ You want to learn how math and statistics when paired with programming drive ML algorithms.

✓ You’ve struggled to find a resource that covers all the basic foundations of data science with practical examples and projects.

✓ You want to learn to work with all the essential Python libraries for Data Analysis, Cleaning, and Visualization.

Don't take it if...

✖️ You are looking for a quick way to hack into data science.

✖️ You think ML or data science is simply using libraries and pre-defined functions.

✖️ You aren’t serious about a long-lasting successful career in the field.

Top challenges with learning Data Science & Machine Learning

It is hard to be a successful Data Scientist or ML Engineer without understanding the three main founding pillars - Math, Statistics, and Programming.

Every good data science or ML course in the market asks for a good understanding of Python programming, linear algebra, calculus, etc. but there is no course that explains why you need these and how they are used.

Most folks go on a snooze fest😴 when learning theoretical concepts of Math and Statistics.

How this course solves these challenges for you

This course covers all the pre-requisites and prework listed by the official Google’s ML course and more.

I am delivering this course to not only get you started in data science but to give you a strong foundation that will further help you in breaking down hard problems.

To save you from boredom, I have added interesting examples, quality videos, and practical code-based verifications that will keep you engaged.

Pricing - The most cost-effective course on Internet!

To clarify your doubts

Answers to some of your questions

Are there any prerequisites for this course?

A computer (Windows/Mac/Linux). You must know basic school-level arithmetics. That's it! No previous coding experience is needed. All tools and software used in this course will be free.

Who is this course for?

  • An aspiring data professional who is looking to build some solid foundations for data science.
  • You are aiming to become a Data Analyst, Data Scientist, ML/DL Practitioner.
  • You want to learn how to analyze data with python, pandas, numpy, and matplotlib.
  • You want to learn how linear algebra and calculus train ML models.

Is it even necessary to learn math and statistics?

We feel you do need to have a decent understanding of how math drives data algorithms. You don't need to be a Gold Medalist. But without understanding the working of an algorithm(which is mostly math-based), you'll have a hard time growing beyond a certain level.

I hate math and I find it boring. Is there a workaround?

I have tried my best to make the lectures as intuitive as possible. Not only have I taught the concept, but I also walk you through real-world examples of where it is used in Python.

Do you provide a certificate after completion?

Yes, we definitely do.

Can I download the videos?

Definitely. You can download any and all lessons for personal use. I understand how important time is when you are commuting, flying, or in a poor network zone.

Why are you using Python?

Because I haven't found a more versatile and easy-to-learn language that gets the job done.

How long will I have access to the course?

You have access to the course for at least 2 years. You'll need to renew it after 2 years if you'll still need it.