This guide will cover the very basics of coding in Python 3 and my goal is to get you, the reader, writing code and playing with your code as quickly as possible. I will be using Jupyter Notebook as my IDE.
When I wrote my last tutorial post, there was one person who I was confident was going to go through the steps of the blog post and put my lesson to the test. That is why it was no surprise to me that, when I had my weekly video chat with my dad, he came prepared with questions about the blog post. That is exactly the type of person my dad is. The first question he had for me also happened to be the most natural: “The post was very easy to follow and I have both Jupyter and Anaconda installed but HOW DO I CODE?”.
There are many in-depth resources that you can find on the web to begin writing code in Python but I will be writing my own very simple guide to help you start. This guide will cover the very basics of coding in Python 3 and my goal is to get you, the reader, writing code and playing with your code as quickly as possible.
I will be using Jupyter Notebook as my IDE. My last blog post briefly covered what an IDE is and how to install Jupyter Notebook. For reference, here is the link: https://medium.com/@johnkundycki/start-coding-now-python-for-data-science-4270525b7198
Without further ado, let us get into it.
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