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Boolean Operations in NumPy

Boolean Operations in NumPy includes everything that we need to do manipulation on provided data or arrays — it is the foundation of data manipulation in NumPy.

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Universal Functions in NumPy

Hi Enthusiastic Learners! In this article we learn about many Universal Functions or Built-In functions of NumPy. Universal Functions plays a very crucial role in getting best performance out of NumPy and if you want to know advantages and effects on performance while using Universal Functions (UFuncs), you should go through our article Why use […]

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Multivariate Linear Regression With R

Multivariate Linear Regression With R Hi ML Enthusiasts! Today, We will be learning how to perform multivariate linear regression with R. In this case-study, we will be using a very famous data set “King County House sales” in which we will treat price as the dependent variable and other variables as independent variables. We will […]

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Expected value and standard deviation

Expected value, variance and standard deviation Hi Everyone! Today,  we will learn about the concepts of expected value, variance and standard deviation. We will also learn about their implementation using MS-Excel. Consider a firm M which has collected the data of profits and the probability of their occurrence. The profits can be taken in the […]

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Discrete Probability Distributions

Discrete Probability Distributions Hi ML Enthusiasts! Today, we will talk about discrete probability distributions and their implementation in MS-Excel. This is very important as it lays the foundation of statistics which is very useful if you want your career in Data Science. So, let’s start with our tutorial! Random Variables and their Types Every experiment […]

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