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  1. there is an error in the answer sheet for Q1d, (Module 4: Model Development), Data Analysis with Python

    Data Analysis with Python
    Module 4: Model Development

    Question 1d: the solution shown is for mpg-mileage, but not for engine-size.

    Thx.

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  2. Specify why you import each library

    It is not clear which library to import for each case. Could you add a note saying: "we import Pandas for xyz reason"... "we import scikitlearn for xyz reason" and so on. Otherwise, I just have to learn blindly.

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  4. pymc

    just an idea....is there a pymc or pymc3 lab available to practice. Thanks

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  5. Rectification to code required.

    In course Python basics.... for LIST Lab please correct code for:

    "Retrieve the elements stored at index 1,2, and 3 of 'a_list'." as mentioned in Jupyter notebook.

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  6. No suggestion. The best interface ever.

    I think you should provide offline interface

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  7. Improve lab

    The lab doesn't actually show the plot in Machine learning, Module2
    Lab1.
    I tried adding plt.show(), still nothing.

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  8. Enable public sharing of Jupyter Notebooks

    I'm studying data science and would like to share my interactive notebooks with my classmates and professor.
    I've tried clicking on Share->Github:Gist and could log in, but then nothing happens, nothing gets generated in my Gist area.

    In the ad video on your homepage I saw an option to share with a link - would you be adding this hosting option in the future? This would be great!

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  9. pdf-to-image library

    I'm testing Python pdf-to-image solutions . Many of these solutions rely on Wand (http://docs.wand-py.org/en/0.2-maintenance/index.htmlhttp://docs.wand-py.org/en/0.2-maintenance/index.html). Wand is a ctypes-based simple ImageMagick binding for Python. One can install it with pip but it requires MagickWand library. This requires:

    apt-get install libmagickwand-dev

    Can this library be added?

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  10. libspatialindex dependency for Geopandas

    install libspatialindex (http://libspatialindex.github.io/install.html) on the Jupyter environment

    libspatialindex is a dependency for rtree (http://toblerity.org/rtree/) which is a dependancy for geopandas (http://geopandas.org/install.html#dependencies).

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  11. Preinstall seaborn for Python

    seaborn is the most popular charting tools for Python to produce decent charts. The majority of serious charts are produced from or touched-up by it, so it make sense to preinstall it.

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  12. Save Python notebooks as Python files

    Add the ability to save a notebook (not download, save in the workbench) as a Python file (.py). Also, popup a dialog to choose the save location. Ask about overwrites with OK and Cancel buttons

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  13. Update Lab 1 Values

    Re: BD0211EN - Lab 1
    Currently the path to the working directory is written as
    /resources/jupyter/labs/BD0211EN
    the correct path is
    /resources/jupyterlab/labs/BD0211EN

    Also, the ReadMe.md file I extracted contains 98 lines and thus readme.count() returns 98. The notebook says it should be 103.

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  14. pytorch support

    could you provide a compiled wheel for pytorch. Its a strong framework and its a pity a cannot use it in your lab

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  15. Include a platform program that transparently handles calculations with numbers with uncertainties

    Hi! I`m chemist!

    Can you include this package to Jupyter Notebook, Python?
    https://pythonhosted.org/uncertainties/index.html

    To calculate uncertainties in measurements, in chemistry we use symbolic algebra packages such as Matlab or Maple.

    However, I would like our students to be able to migrate to the cloud

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  16. can the packages gensim and spacy be added to the python stack?

    can the packages gensim and spacy be added to the python stack?

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  17. XGBoost installation

    Allow to install XGBoost on Python in order to run these models.

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  19. Enable ffmpeg

    By enabling the ffmpeg in the base infrastructure, will allow to create animation using matplotlib.animation

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  20. Add ibmdbpy library to IPython and Zeppelin notebooks

    The ibmdbpy project provides a Python interface for data manipulation and access to in-database algorithms in IBM dashDB and IBM DB2. It accelerates Python analytics by seamlessly pushing operations written in Python into the underlying database for execution, thereby benefiting from in-database performance-enhancing features, such as columnar storage and parallel processing.

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