Python for Data Analysis Tutorial - Setup, Read File & First Chart

Python for Data Analysis Tutorial - Setup, Read File & First Chart

How can we get started with data analysis - so read and change data and also create our first quick chart - in Python? Besides Python, all we need is Pandas and Matplotlib. Doesn't sound familiar to you? Let's clear things up and get started in this video!

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