Learn about installing Anaconda on OS X.
- [Michele] For this course, we need an up-to-date…installation of Python 3 and a few third party packages,…including the standard scientific stack:…Jupyter notebook, NumPy, SciPy, and Matplotlib,…and statistics packages pandas, statsmodels, and PyMC3.…We will also be using a standard spreadsheet application.…I will use Microsoft Excel, but you can just as well use…Apple Numbers, Google Sheets, or something else.…
If you are an experienced Python user…and you know how to install extra packages,…you are free to do so.…Otherwise, I suggest you follow me…and install the free Anaconda Python distribution,…which includes everything that we need.…To install, we'll go to the anaconda.org website,…we find the link for downloading,…we scroll down to our platform of choice,…and we select the graphical installer…for the Python 3.6 version of Anaconda.…
Indeed, Python version 3.…Although Python 2 is still a useful tool…and it is still supported by the Python Software Foundation,…there is no reason now not to use Python 3,…
- Installing and setting up Python
- Importing and cleaning data
- Visualizing data
- Describing distributions and categorical variables
- Using basic statistical inference and modeling techniques
- Bayesian inference
Skill Level Intermediate
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