Creating a web app shouldn't require mastering three languages and four frameworks.
Rather than dig into complex math or over-simplify by using a pre-written function, we'll write our own binomial test function, primarily using base Python. In the process, we'll learn more about how hypothesis testing works and build intuition for how to interpret a p-value.
While many introductory statistics classes teach the CLT, very few actually attempt to prove it because that requires some complex math. In this session, we'll bypass all that math by using Python loops to simulate the CLT.
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For you Python users who have been unwilling (or unable) to upgrade to version 3, there’s yet another reason to get motivated: python.org has released Python 2.7.18, the absolute last official release for Python 2. While it doesn’t add much in terms of features, it does act as a milestone. This release comes after official…
For some companies who have already made the change years ago, it won’t be an issue. However, there’s a whole range of companies who won’t be making the change anytime soon, for a number of reasons. What does this change mean for companies heavily utilizing the language, particularly those who may not be ready to migrate?