Four years after studying with Dataquest and landing a data science job, Francisco is still a data scientist, and still using his Dataquest skills every day.
What’s the difference between Excel and Python? In this tutorial, we’ll compare by looking at how to perform basic analysis tasks across both platforms.
There are hundreds of options for selecting data science courses. This guide helps you navigate the maze of choices and find the best course for you.
Dataquest vs Udacity — which is the better choice? We compare Udacity’s data science nanodegree with Dataquest’s data scientist path.
Dataquest vs Springboard — which is the better choice? We compare Springboard’s data science bootcamp with Dataquest’s data science learning platform.
Learn how to use if, else, and elif in this free Python tutorial. Learn to control your code while analyzing real-world data.
Building projects is an extremely succesful way to learn, but building Python projects for beginners can be difficult. Learn how to build with success!
What’s the best Python certificate to get? Python certifications can cost up to thousands of dollars. Are they worth your time?
Create a dataset from the Last.fm API in this Python tutorial. Includes authentication with API keys, pagination, rate limiting, and more!
Learn about machine learning in Python and build your very first ML model from scratch to predict Airbnb prices using k-nearest neighbors.
Learn data cleaning for a machine learning project by cleaning and preparing loan data from LendingClub for a predictive analytics project.
Pandas plotting methods provide an easy way to plot pandas objects. Often though, you’d like to add axis labels, which involves understanding the intricacies of Matplotlib syntax. Thankfully, there’s a way to do this entirely using pandas. Let’s start by importing the required libraries: import pandas as pd import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as […]
Kaggle is a site where people create algorithms and compete against machine learning practitioners around the world. Your algorithm wins the competition if it’s the most accurate on a particular data set. Kaggle is a fun way to practice your machine learning skills. This tutorial is based on part of our free, four-part course: Kaggle […]
Our version 1.29 release is here and includes lots of new features to help enhance your learning experience. Over the past few months we’ve been tirelessly talking to students like you to learn how we can improve the mission interface. With this release, we are unveiling the results of this hard work. Other big changes […]
The printable version of this cheat sheet The tough thing about learning data is remembering all the syntax. While at Dataquest we advocate getting used to consulting the Python documentation, sometimes it’s nice to have a handy reference, so we’ve put together this cheat sheet to help you out! This cheat sheet is the companion […]