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Buying a car is an investment that should be done thoughtfully. But how do you find a good offer when you are competing with other buyers and car dealers who may have more experience and time than you? The really good offers are usually online for a very short time because the seller receives too many calls — so it is important to be one of the first callers. I would like to show you how to solve this problem with Python, BeautifulSoup, and your own Telegram Bot. …


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One of the most important tools for Data Science: Pandas — learn the most used functions in a short time and how to get results quickly. You start with a large data set: how can you read it, clean it, and evaluate it properly? I’ll show you the most important functions for this.

But first: What is Pandas and when is it used?
Pandas is an open-source analysis and manipulation tool built on Python. It was built to enable practical, real-world data analysis in Python. The advantages are its flexibility and ease of use. …


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You’re driving from one important appointment to another (in the current situation, you’re probably more likely to jump into online conferences), you need to find time for work, sports, and your social contacts — your time is limited and valuable. Ideally, you’d like the news and figures that are relevant to you and your business to be automatically collected and read to you in a short audio message between appointments: Customized, filtered news — daily.

In this article, we will try to solve this problem using Python, web scraping, simple mathematical equations, and Amazon Polly. …

Alexander Popov

Data Scientist with a penchant for solving problems with few lines of code and computing power. Business, forecasting, automation, machine learning.

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