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Handbook of Graphs and Networks in People Analytics: With Examples in R and Python

by Keith McNulty

Handbook of Graphs and Networks in People Analytics: With Examples in R and Python covers the theory and practical implementation of graph methods in R and Python for the analysis of people and organizational networks. Starting with an overview of the origins of graph theory and its current applications in the social sciences, the book proceeds to give in-depth technical instruction on how to construct and store graphs from data, how to visualize those graphs compellingly and how to convert common data structures into graph-friendly form.
Published on : June 20, 2022
Python version: TH
250 pages

Time Series Analysis with Python Cookbook: Practical recipes for exploratory data analysis, data preparation, forecasting, and model evaluation

by Tarek A. Atwan

Time series data is everywhere, available at a high frequency and volume. It is complex and can contain noise, irregularities, and multiple patterns, making it crucial to be well-versed with the techniques covered in this book for data preparation, analysis, and forecasting.
Published on : June 30, 2022
Python version: TH
630 pages

The Pandas Workshop: A comprehensive guide to using Python for data analysis with real-world case studies

by Blaine Bateman

The Pandas Workshop will teach you how to be more productive with data and generate real business insights to inform your decision-making. You will be guided through real-world data science problems and shown how to apply key techniques in the context of realistic examples and exercises. Engaging activities will then challenge you to apply your new skills in a way that prepares you for real data science projects.
Published on : June 17, 2022
Python version: TH
744 pages

Programmer's Python: Everything Is An Object, Second Edition: Something Completely Different

by Mike James

Programmer's Python: Everything Is An Object sets out to explain the deeper logic in the approach that Python 3 takes to classes and objects. The subject is roughly speaking everything to do with the way Python implements objects.
Published on : June 25, 2022
Python version: TH
252 pages