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''Machine learning'' Sololearn course, which languages?

Hello, I've completed Python Core and a few related ones, and I'm looking at what's left on Sololearn that has to do with Python. The ''Machine Learning'' course seems to start with Pandas and numpy which seem to be based on Python, but it's unclear what the rest of the course is about in terms of which programming language is being used. I'm OK with anything within Python but not outside it like any rival programming languages, I'm focusing on Python. Sololearn's description doesn't give any hints. Thanks in advance. EDIT: It's a bit lame LOL but all it took me to find out more was to open the first chapter: ''Python is the programming language that we are going to use throughout this course. Let's get started!'' However, can someone who completed the course confirm whether this is actually true?

12/3/2021 10:57:09 PM

LucaAntonieri

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Both the Machine Learning and the Data Science course exclusively use Python. There is some overlap between the three courses, but I recommend doing all three in order of increasing difficulty: Python for Data Science Data Science Machine Learning

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The course uses Python for machine learning, that is why pandas and numpy are introduced in the beginning

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Why shouldn't it be true if they write that it is Python? Just start the course, convince yourself... :) Python for Data Science focuses on using numpy and pandas. The Data Science course includes the actual data science lessons.

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Yes, Python is the language used in the Machine Learning course

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LucaAntonieri Python for finance can be completed with minimal prior knowledge of finance. There are some financial preconceptions within the course, but Google can help you with them Python for Data Science is all about manipulating data and showing results by using charts. Lots of fun! I won't say easy or hard for either course, as what is easy for some is difficult for others.

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And ya machine learning uses some kind of statistical maths so be prepared for it!

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Thanks, Lisa. I see on your profile you haven't completed the course yet. Is it hard? Also, did you complete Python for Finance with or without a background in Finance? The course says you need to know the basics of Finance.

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@Lisa do you also know about the differences between the Data Science and Python for Data Science courses? Is the difference simply that the former uses other languages too?

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Python has many Machine learning libraries inbuilt so they worked here with python only Other language can use like R but it not used here, so You are free to Go 👍 BTW rather than focusing only on python you should learn some basic languages too.... It should help you in future

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Thanks a lot people, very happy with the replies