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Starting with Python

New to Python, don't feel behind and get started now, it is never too late.

Here we have some useful links you will need to get you going.

Python for Data Science - A great interactive course at
Real Python - This is great to start from any level or improve.
Data Science Toolkit -  Open source software for visualisation of data
Jupyterlab - An excellent software to run labs from browser.
Jupyterlab Docs - Help and documentation to set up and use Jupyterlabs.
Python Tips - Quick tips, modern and best practices and references.
Kaggle - Python course at Kaggle.
My Practice Labs - My Python practice labs at Github for Jupyterlab.
HTTPBIN - A simple HTTP request and response service
REPL.IT - Code and preview any language within Browser.

Other tips and tricks.

Install Python 3
# sudo apt-get install python3

Change Default binary from v2.x to v3.x
sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/python python /usr/bin/python3 10

Install Jupyterlab
#pip install jupyterlab

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