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steps: 1. left double click on "This PC" in "Program Manager" 2.left double click on "OS (C:)" 3. left double click on "Program files" 4. left double click on "spyder" 5. left double click on "pkgs" 6. scroll down for numpy 7. you find numpy else install it.

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Instead of going to command prompt or anaconda, we can install a package in ide itself.

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In this video I'm going to give an overview of the numpy library. numpy is a library which is based around the ndarray class. This is used to create numeric vectors, matrices and higher dimensions arrays. I discuss some properties of the array such as the axis, shape and size and look at the most common operations that we carry out with numpy arrays, spending some time to overview the underlying mathematics. It is advised to install Anaconda and familiarise yourself with the Spyder 5 IDE, Python Procedural Programming, Python Code Blocks and Python Object Orientated Programming before proceeding. Written Guides: 🤍 Python Playlist: 🤍 0:01:15 inbuilt Python 0:12:14 importing numpy 0:13:20 the ndarray class 0:16:17 the array function 0:19:36 indexing and slicing 0:20:28 axis, shape and reshape 0:40:05 concatenation 0:42:10 element by element operations 0:46:26 statistical functions 1:00:28 array multiplication 1:08:14 square matrices and array division 1:16:58 interpolation 1:29:06 polynomial fitting 1:31:19 trigonometric functions 1:35:18 random number generation 1:38:28 meshgrid Next it is recommended to have a look at the pandas library. #numpy #python #spyder

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Learn Data Analysis with Python in this comprehensive tutorial for beginners, with exercises included! NOTE: Check description for updated Notebook links. Data Analysis has been around for a long time, but up until a few years ago, it was practiced using closed, expensive and limited tools like Excel or Tableau. Python, SQL and other open libraries have changed Data Analysis forever. In this tutorial you'll learn the whole process of Data Analysis: reading data from multiple sources (CSVs, SQL, Excel, etc), processing them using NumPy and Pandas, visualize them using Matplotlib and Seaborn and clean and process it to create reports. Additionally, we've included a thorough Jupyter Notebook tutorial, and a quick Python reference to refresh your programming skills. 💻 Course created by Santiago Basulto from RMOTR 🔗 Check out all Data Science courses from RMOTR: 🤍 ⚠️ Note: Instead of loading the notebooks on notebooks.ai, you should use Google Colab instead. Here are instructions on loading a notebook directly from GitHub into Google Colab: 🤍 ⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️ ⌨️ Part 1: Introduction What is Data Analysis, why Python?, what other options are there? what's the cycle of a Data Analysis project? What's the difference between Data Analysis and Data Science? 🔗 Slides for this section: 🤍 ⌨️ Part 2: Real Life Example of a Python/Pandas Data Analysis project (00:11:11) A demonstration of a real life data analysis project using Python, Pandas, SQL and Seaborn. Don't worry, we'll dig deeper in the following sections 🔗 Notebooks: 🤍 ⌨️ Part 3: Jupyter Notebooks Tutorial (00:30:50) A step by step tutorial to learn how to use Juptyer Notebooks 🔗 Twitter Cheat Sheet: 🤍 🔗 Notebooks: 🤍 ⌨️ Part 4: Intro to NumPy (01:04:58) Learn why NumPy was such an important library for the data-processing world in Python. Learn about low level details of computations and memory storage, and why tools like Excel will always be limited when processing large volumes of data. 🔗 Notebooks: 🤍 ⌨️ Part 5: Intro to Pandas (01:57:08) Pandas is arguably the most important library for Data Processing in the Python world. Learn how it works and how its main data structure, the Data Frame, compares to other tools like spreadsheets or DFs used for Big Data 🔗 Notebooks: 🤍 ⌨️ Part 6: Data Cleaning (02:47:18) Learn the different types of issues that we'll face with our data: null values, invalid values, statistical outliers, etc, and how to clean them. 🔗 Notebooks: 🤍 ⌨️ Part 7: Reading Data from other sources (03:25:15) 🔗 Notebooks: 🤍 ⌨️ Part 8: Python Recap (03:55:19) If your Python or coding skills are rusty, check out this section for a quick recap of Python main features and control flow structures. 🔗 Notebooks: 🤍 Learn to code for free and get a developer job: 🤍 Read hundreds of articles on programming: 🤍

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Learn how to define a function and plot it in Python. Script can be found here: 🤍 Here we are using "Spyder" IDE with the numpy and matplotlib libraries Useful resources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Script: import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt def f(x,a,b,c): return a*x2+b*x+c xlist = np.linspace(-10,10,num=1000) # xlist = np.arange(-10,10.1,.1) a=5 b=1 c=4 ylist = f(xlist,a,b,c) plt.figure(num=0,dpi=120) plt.plot(xlist,ylist,label="f(x)") plt.plot(xlist,ylist(1/2),'g',label=r"f(x)$^{0.5}$") plt.title("Plotting Example") plt.xlabel("Distance / ft") plt.ylabel("Height / ft") plt.legend()

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how to create arrays using NumPy in Python

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This Python data science course will take you from knowing nothing about Python to coding and analyzing data with Python using tools like Pandas, NumPy, and Matplotlib. 💻 Code: 🤍 This is a hands-on course and you will practice everything you learn step-by-step. This course was created by Maxwell Armi. You can check out more of his data science videos on his YouTube channel here: 🤍 🎥 Learn more about Data Science with videos from freeCodeCamp's Data Science Playlist: 🤍 ⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️ ⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction to the Course and Outline ⌨️ (0:03:53) The Basics of Programming ⌨️ (1:11:35) Why Python ⌨️ (1:33:09) How to Install Anaconda and Python ⌨️ (1:37:25) How to Launch a Jupyter Notebook ⌨️ (1:46:28) How to Code in the iPython Shell ⌨️ (1:53:33) Variables and Operators in Python ⌨️ (2:27:45) Booleans and Comparisons in Python ⌨️ (2:55:37) Other Useful Python Functions ⌨️ (3:20:04) Control Flow in Python ⌨️ (5:11:52) Functions in Python ⌨️ (6:41:47) Modules in Python ⌨️ (7:30:04) Strings in Python ⌨️ (8:23:57) Other Important Python Data Structures: Lists, Tuples, Sets, and Dictionaries ⌨️ (9:36:10) The NumPy Python Data Science Library ⌨️ (11:04:12) The Pandas Python Data Science Python Library ⌨️ (12:01:31) The Matplotlib Python Data Science Library ⌨️ (12:09:00) Example Project: A COVID19 Trend Analysis Data Analysis Tool Built with Python Libraries

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This is a tutorial to develop the Dice Fighters simulation in Python using the Spyder development environment.

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This is a tutorial for visualizing and analyzing the Old Faithful dataset in Python using the Spyder development environment. You can get the Old Faithful datasets (faithful.csv) here: 🤍

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Find the script of this video on my google drive 🤍 Don't forget to like the video. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS #python project #anaconda spyder #Geomatics #Engineering #coders #GIS #Autocad #QGIS #EngineeringConcepts

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1) Open Anaconda 2) Select the Environment tab 3) Select an specific environemnt 4) Look for Numpy and Scipy and tick the boxes next to it 5) Click apply 6) Check and confirm the changes Sorry, no sound

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In this video, I'm going to show you how to Download and Install Anaconda(Python Distribution) on your Windows 10 operating system. Anaconda is a free and open-source distribution of the python and R programming languages for data science and machine learning related applications. Anaconda comes with very nice tools like JupyterLab, Jupyter Notebook, Spyder, Rstudio. #PythonTutorialforBeginners #PalConsultancyJBP #Pythoncourse #learnPython

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Presented video is part of a series of lectures on numerical methods and programming using Python, MATLAB, Octave, etc. This video focuses on installing Anaconda which is free python distribution platform. It consists of upyter, Spyder, NumPy, SciPy, Matlibplot etc. Link to Download: 🤍 Part 1: Writing programs for numerical methods using Python Part 2: Writing programs for numerical methods using MATLAB/GNU Octave

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Learn the basics of Python, Numpy, Pandas, Data Visualization, and Exploratory Data Analysis in this course for beginners. This was originally presented as a live course. By the end of the course, you will be able to build an end-to-end real-world course project and earn a verified certificate of accomplishment. There are no prerequisites for this course. Learn more and register for a certificate of accomplishment here: 🤍 This full course video includes 6 lectures (all in this video): • Introduction to Programming with Python • Next Steps with Python • Numerical Computing with Numpy • Analyzing Tabular Data with Pandas • Visualization with Matplotlib and Seaborn • Exploratory Data Analysis - A Case Study 💻 Code References • First steps with Python: 🤍 • Variables and data types: 🤍 • Conditional statements and loops: 🤍 • Functions and scope: 🤍 • Working with OS & files: 🤍 • Numerical computing with Numpy: 🤍 • 100 Numpy exercises: 🤍 • Analyzing tabular data with Pandas: 🤍 • Matplotlib & Seaborn tutorial: 🤍 • Data visualization cheat sheet: 🤍 • EDA on StackOverflow Developer Survey: 🤍 • Opendatasets python package: 🤍 • EDA starter notebook: 🤍 ⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️ 0:00:00 Course Introduction Lecture 1 0:01:42 Python Programming Fundamentals 0:02:40 Course Curriculum 0:05:24 Notebook - First Steps with Python and Jupyter 0:08:30 Performing Arithmetic Operations with Python 0:11:34 Solving Multi-step problems using variables 0:20:17 Combining conditions with Logical operators 0:22:22 Adding text using Markdown 0:23:50 Saving and Uploading to Jovian 0:26:38 Variables and Datatypes in Python 0:31:28 Built-in Data types in Python 1:07:19 Further Reading Lecture 2 1:08:46 Branching Loops and Functions 1:09:02 Notebook - Branching using conditional statements and loops in Python 1:09:24 Branching with if, else, elif 1:15:25 Non Boolean conditions 1:19:00 Iteration with while loops 1:28:57 Iteration with for loops 1:36:27 Functions and scope in Python 1:36:53 Creating and using functions 1:42:24 Writing great functions in Python 1:45:38 Local variables and scope 2:08:19 Documentation functions using Docstrings 2:11:40 Exercise - Data Analysis for Vacation Planning Lecture 3 2:17:17 Numercial Computing with Numpy 2:18:00 Notebook - Numerical Computing with Numpy 2:26:09 From Python Lists to Numpy Arrays 2:29:09 Operating on Numpy Arrays 2:34:33 Multidimensional Numpy Arrays 3:03:41 Array Indexing and Slicing 3:17:49 Exercises and Further Reading 3:20:50 Assignment 2 - Numpy Array Operations 3:29:16 100 Numpy Exercises 3:31:25 Reading from and Writing to Files using Python Lecture 4 4:02:59 Analysing Tabular Data with Pandas 4:03:58 Notebook - Analyzing Tabular Data with Pandas 4:16:33 Retrieving Data from a Data Frame 4:32:00 Analyzing Data from Data Frames 4:36:27 Querying and Sorting Rows 5:01:45 Grouping and Aggregation 5:11:26 Merging Data from Multiple Sources 5:26:00 Basic Plotting with Pandas 5:38:27 Assignment 3 - Pandas Practice Lecture 5 5:52:48 Visualization with Matplotlib and Seaborn 5:54:04 Notebook - Data Visualization with Matplotlib and Seaborn 6:06:43 Line Charts 6:11:27 Improving Default Styles with Seaborn 6:16:51 Scatter Plots 6:28:14 Histogram 6:38:47 Bar Chart 6:50:00 Heatmap 6:57:08 Displaying Images with Matplotlib 7:03:37 Plotting multiple charts in a grid 7:15:42 References and further reading 7:20:17 Course Project - Exploratory Data Analysis Lecture 6 7:49:56 Exploratory Data Analysis - A Case Study 7:50:55 Notebook - Exploratory Data Analysis - A case Study 8:04:36 Data Preparation and Cleaning 8:19:37 Exploratory Analysis and Visualization 8:54:02 Asking and Answering Questions 9:22:57 Inferences and Conclusions 9:25:00 References and Future Work 9:29:41 Setting up and running Locally 9:34:21 Project Guidelines 9:45:00 Course Recap 9:48:01 What to do next? 9:49:10 Certificate of Accomplishment 9:50:11 What to do after this course? 9:52:16 Jovian Platform ✏️ This course is taught by Aakash N S, co-founder, and CEO of Jovian. Jovian's YouTube channel: 🤍

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In this video we created a python program to perform matrix addition. we used numpy library in python for creating matrix. to install numpy in system type(pip install numpy) in cmd or terminal. code:🤍 #python #programming #numpy #matrix #matrix addition using python #shorts #tech #java #datascience #ai #machinelearning

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This video is covering an introduction to the most important features of spyder. This IDE is used widely in the field of Data Science & Machine Learning as it enables a very high coding efficiency and great visualization tools. What is your favorite IDE? Let me know in the comments below :) Installation Guide for Anaconda: 🤍 #Python #DataScience #MachineLearning

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How to install numpy on Python | Windows 10 | pip install numpy #python #pythontutorial

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Let's see what does it mean to sum a numpy array along different axes. Watch with details here - 🤍 Author: 🤍 Music Credit: 🤍

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Split and Reshape of Numpy array using Python #python #artificialintelligence #machinelearning #pythonprogramming

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In this tutorial, I'm gonna be showing you how to create a numpy array with random numbers in Python. With rand() function from the random module we're going to create 5 random numbers between 0 and 1 with uniform distribution. If we want to get integer numbers we're going to use randint() function.

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Learn how to import and visualize a ".csv" data set into Python. Also, how to do a linear least-squares curve fit to a function and integrate the data. Script and resources to download can be found at: 🤍 Here we use "Spyder" IDE as the Python Shell and the following libraries: numpy, csv, matplotlib, and scipy Here is the script: import numpy as np import csv import matplotlib.pylab as plt from scipy.optimize import curve_fit from scipy import integrate as intg with open("Example Data.csv",'r') as i: #open a file in directory of this script for reading rawdata = list(csv.reader(i,delimiter=",")) #make a list of data in file exampledata = np.array(rawdata[1:],dtype=np.float) #convert to data array xdata = exampledata[:,0] ydata = exampledata[:,1] plt.figure(1,dpi=120) plt.yscale('linear') plt.xscale('linear') #plt.xlim(0,4) #plt.ylim(0,2.5) plt.title("Example Data") plt.xlabel(rawdata[0][0]) plt.ylabel(rawdata[0][1]) plt.plot(xdata,ydata,label="Experimental Data") def func(x,b): #input x in nm and b in nm^-1 return a0 * np.exp(-b * x) + a1 a0 = 2.5 #W m^-2 nm^-1 a1 = 0.5 #W m^-2 nm^-1 funcdata = func(xdata,1.375) #Generate & Plot data for comparison plt.plot(xdata,funcdata,label="Model") plt.legend() popt, pcov = curve_fit(func,xdata,ydata,bounds=(0,4)) perr = np.sqrt(np.diag(pcov)) TotalInt = intg.trapz(ydata,xdata) #Compute numerical integral TotalInt_func = intg.quad(func,0,4, args=(1.375))[0] #Compute integral of function low_Frac = intg.quad(func,0,2, args=(1.375))[0]/TotalInt_func high_Frac = intg.quad(func,2,4, args=(1.375))[0]/TotalInt_func

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I give lectures on Numpy with examples by using Spyder IDE environment. Within all these lessons series you will find useful examples of usage of Numpy Arrays, Numpy Matrices and manipulations with them from the easiest ones up to more and more complex ones..

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New Link to site used in video: 🤍 Video prerequisite: You must have Python 3.5 or later installed on your computer. This is strictly for Windows 10 64-bit users. I decided to make this video because I spent hours and hours yesterday trying to install Sklearn in my environment, then I finally found this website that showed exactly how to install it with the help of Anaconda and the Spyder IDE. The code that I pasted is from the link and it confirms with you that you have the proper versions of Python, numpy, etc. If you have any questions on how I did anything in this video, follow the link that I gave you up top or leave questions down in the comments. Learn more about scikit-learn and machine learning with this book! 🤍 Hey if you're randomly watching this on a phone and need a new LAPTOP, this beast will be good for you with Python development. I'm looking out for you - 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 New channel with Jason: 🤍

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The NumPy linspace function returns evenly spaced numbers based on a specified interval. The interval by default includes the starting value and ending value, but the ending value can be optionally excluded from the result.

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The NumPy zeros function returns an array of a specified shape filled with zeros. In addition, we are able to specify the data type of the resulting array.

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This video is a quick tutorial on how to import Python Libraries when using Visual Studio Code. I had been trying to figure this out for myself but could not find good tutorials on the internet so thought I should make one. For the purpose of this video, we'll use matplotlib in python as an example. Timestamps: 0:00 Introduction 0:25 Create and open a New Folder 0:59 Problem Description (matplotlib as an example) 1:33 Create a Virtual Environment in Python Project 2:18 Resolving the import issue (pip install) 2:48 Run the program 2:57 Conclusion Hey! I am Aditya Thakur, a Developer and Designer. I make videos on Flutter, Python, and other technologies. I also sometimes take up Profile Building and entrepreneurship! 💙 Learn how to use Flutter with Firebase: 🤍 🎬 Python Debugged Playlist: 🤍 📚 PROMOS Get an exclusive 10% discount on every GeeksforGeeks course!! Use code: ADITYAT Check out courses here: 🤍 💰 INVESTMENT APPS Create a free account | Binance: 🤍 Trade at India’s largest exchange | WazirX: 🤍 I post stories about my life and business on my Instagram - 🤍 Want to talk business? Or ask a question? Reach out to me on LinkedIn: 🤍 Become a part of my community! (100+ Developers already 🥰) Link to Discord/Telegram: 🤍 Thank you for watching! Hope this video helped you. Leave a comment and do Subscribe the channel. Cheers!

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Learn How to Uninstall Python libraries or packages from Windows. In this video I have shown how to uninstall any libraries or packages like numpy,pandas,matplotlib,seaborn etc. Command: pip uninstall libraryname Topics Covered: What is pip? How to Uninstall Python Package? #python #pythonlibraries #pythonprogramming If you found this video valuable, give it a like. If you know someone who needs to see it, share it. If you have questions, ask below in comment section. Add it to a playlist if you want to watch it later. ✅Subscribe to my Channel to learn more about Computer Programming, computer tools, and technologies. Thanks for watching my videos till the end, if you like my work please do Like, Comment, and Share!! - Channel Subscription: 🔗 🤍 Java Programming Tutorial Playlist 🔗 🤍 Advanced Java Tutorial Playlist 🔗🤍 🎥 Tools I used for recording 🤍 - C O N N E C T W I T H M E ! ►Facebook - 🤍 ►Personal Facebook A/c - 🤍 ►Instagram - 🤍 ►Telegram - 🤍 ►LinkedIn -🤍 - python,python tutorial for beginners,python tutorial,numpy,how to install python package,how to uninstall python package,uninstall package,uninstall python package,how to uninstall package using cmd,uninstall pip packages,pip,remove python package,pip uninstall,pip uninstall command,uninstall pip package,uninstall pip command,uninstall python package using pip,uninstall python libraries,uninstall python library windows,how to uninstall python library using pip

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This session explains the concepts of NumPy Array Split [ 3Dimensional]. Our teaching experience with numerous students made us to formulate a unique pattern of syllabus with pictorial representations that help to understand the code & concepts precisely. Please tune to the order of our syllabus to make learning easy. It starts with the basics of arrays and gradually gets into more advanced topics. We use Jupyter notebook IDE to execute the codes, but you can use the same codes in any other IDE like VS Studio ,Pycharm or spyder. Feel free to give your suggestions to improve the sessions and If you find this syllabus and method of explanation useful, please support us by subscribing and like our channel.

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