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What is Python and What are the Popular built-in libaries.?

Postby NitikeshPattnaik » 07 Jan 2019, 12:48

Python is a high level programming language that can be used for web development, data analysis, data visualization, game designing and much more.

Python has two popular built-in libraries which serve the purpose of making graphs – matplotlib and seaborn. Using matplotplib you can make any kind of graph with a custom design of your choice. Although for more visually appealing figures you may use seaborn. Dataframe objects also have an associated plot function which you may utilize for most of your visualization requirements. Below python program explains How to build a simple line plot.
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Re: What is Python and What are the Popular built-in libaries.?

Postby Nevil » 11 Jun 2019, 13:10

A Python library is a reusable chunk of code that you may want to include in your programs/ projects. Compared to languages like C++ or C, a Python library does not pertain to any specific context in Python. Here, a ‘library’ loosely describes a collection of core modules. Essentially, then, a library is a collection of modules. A package is a library that can be installed using a package manager like rubygems or npm.

The Python Standard Library

The Python standard Library is a collection of exact syntax, token, and semantics of Python. It comes bundled with core Python distribution. We mentioned this when we began with an introduction.

It is written in C, and handles functionality like I/O and other core modules. All this functionality together makes Python the language it is. More than 200 core modules sit at the heart of the standard library. This library ships with Python. But in addition to this library, you can also access a growing collection of several thousand components from the Python Package Index (PyPI). We mentioned it in the previous blog.

Important Python Libraries

Next, we will see twenty Python libraries list that will take you places in your journey with Python. These are also the Python libraries for Data Science.
1. Numpy
2. Pandas
3. Scipy
4. Matplotlib
5. Seaborn
6. Keras
7. Scikit-Learn
8. Statsmodels
9. Beautiful soup
10. pygame
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Re: What is Python and What are the Popular built-in libaries.?

Postby Swayer » 13 Jun 2019, 11:06

Python is a good object-oriented programming language for beginners. Python is a general purpose and high-level programming language why not try this out. Python can be used for developing desktop GUI applications, websites, and web applications. It has a very simple syntax rule.
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Re: What is Python and What are the Popular built-in libaries.?

Postby SevenMentor » 05 Jul 2019, 13:15

Python could be a totally practical programming language will do something virtually the other language can do, at comparable speeds.
Python is capable of threading and GPU process a bit like the other language. Most of the information process modules are literally simply Python wrappers around C/C++ code.
“Modules” are pre written Python code that you just “import” in your Python program. Since there are several tasks that individuals unremarkably do, we’ve modules that individuals have written that do these tasks for you and that they sometimes do them within the cleanest and most effective methodology potential. generally, you may see individuals confer with “DRY.” This stands for do not Repeat Yourself, which regularly additionally interprets into “Don’t Repeat somebody else.”
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