Cloud-based solutions are the new future for programmers and the data scientists

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Machine learning and deep learning capabilities are continuing to expand greatly. I have observed the massive potential towards adopting data science approaches in many industries.

People have now started exploring python and getting hands-on practice with the python environment because it is now the widely accepted programming language for any…


Self-paced courses are just sleeping pills; Industry experts are the right choice

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I started my data science journey back in 2016. At that time, machine learning boot camps were much popular. The only requirement of the course was basic Python knowledge. I felt so happy because I used to play with Python codes at that time, so I opted for the course.


“No-Code” machine learning is the future

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Python programming got the hype and the attention because of the popularity of data science. As of now, in 2021, we have two famous programming languages Python and R, for data science and analytics. …


Handy features to improve your Python programming skills

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1. Condition Inside the print Function

Have you ever thought you could write the entire condition inside the print function and print the output based on the conditions? Here is how you can achieve this:

print("odd" if int(input("Enter a num: "))%2 else "even")

Output:


The data science workflow is getting automated day by day

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I have been in the data science field for the last half-decade when python programming came into the trend. Back then, in 2016, neural networks and deep learning were just some buzzy words. At that time, there was a hype about Google self-driving cars and reinforcement learning. …


Annotating images for object detection using LabelImg, an open-source Python library

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If you want to detect any crack on any kind of surface, count the number of people passing on the road, check whether a person is wearing a mask or not — all these computer vision use cases likely need an object detection model that can help the machine automatically…


Much useful for your scripting tasks

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One of the most common data structures that we use in Python is lists and we use this data structure in almost every project that we make in Python. …


Quick tips to write better python code

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Python is indeed one of the most versatile and popular languages that can be used in almost any field. But one of the most prominent drawbacks of python is its speed.

As python is an interpreted language time taken to execute the instruction is much higher than compiled languages like…


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The 2D Objects template allows you to create a Lens where you attach a 2D texture to your face. In addition, there are multiple face accessories/textures available in this template that you can try out on your face.

In this article, we will go through the step-by-step process of adding…


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This article will show you how to play sound in your Lens. We’ll learn how to import a sound resource, add the audio component to the scene, and how to play the sound.

Recommendations to keep in mind:

  1. Use the MP3 format.
  2. Use mono instead of stereo.
  3. Use sounds that…

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