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This course introduces the dictionary data structure and user-defined functions. You’ll learn about local and global variables, optional and keyword parameter-passing, named functions and lambda expressions. You’ll also learn about Python’s sorted function and how to control the order in which it sorts by passing in another function as an input. For your final project, you’ll read in simulated social media data from a file, compute sentiment scores, and write out .csv files. It covers chapters 10-16 of the textbook “Fundamentals of Python Programming,” which is the accompanying text (optional and free) for this course. The course is well-suited for you if you have already taken the "Python Basics" course and want to gain further fundamental knowledge of the Python language. Together, both courses are geared towards newcomers to Python programming, those who need a refresher on Python basics, or those who may have had some exposure to Python programming but want a more in-depth exposition and vocabulary for describing and reasoning about programs. This is a follow-up to the "Python Basics" course (course 1 of the Python 3 Programming Specialization), and it is the second of five courses in the specialization....

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SG

Sep 16, 2019

It's amazing learn for beginner .A wonderful learning resource and very simple way explains everything . Excellent lessons ,check your understanding ,e-book ,practice, and quiz work and lot of thing

BA

Nov 07, 2019

The course met all my expectations and went beyond. The instructors' explanations were easy to understand and the innovative method of having a digital textbook was undoubtedly convenient.

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創建者 Коньшин Д И

Jun 14, 2019

Finally, some challenge!

Sorting using anonimous lambda functions is awesome.

Final project is a bit confusing at start, because it supposes some independence (for the first time in a course I had to google some information). I think, it's a good practice, because in the end you become more confident in yourself.

創建者 Timothy P

Apr 15, 2019

Very good course. I would recommend to anyone wishing to learn to program in python.

創建者 Umut S

Mar 07, 2019

Incredibly well put together course from UMich. I found the content to be between entry and intermediate levels. All the efforts that went into the preparation of this course are much appreciated. All details that were optimized such as pacing, consistent practices, ideal difficulty, fun factor, subjects, articulate explanations etc. made a huge difference in the MOOC experience. Many thanks again!

創建者 Napoleon B

Apr 07, 2019

"If you want to learn the basics of Python3 programming as a newb, this is the perfect course!"

創建者 Michael N

Jan 05, 2019

This is the course to do because it makes use of spaced repetition learning - scientifically proven to be the best for recollection.

創建者 Ravi S V

Feb 16, 2019

Nice course. Don't know why it isn't more popular.

創建者 Ivan M

Sep 30, 2019

The course is very sloppy. The negligence is just beyond my understanding. There are typos in the text. There are false statement in what is said (e.g. about some Windows operating system long ago not supporting long file names - Windows 3.1 wasn't an OS, and Windows 95 already supported them). There are obvious lapsus linguae in what is said. There are arrogant mistakes in TESTS! E.g.: it asks "sort-5-1: What will the sorted function sort by?

and says: "first country name (alphabetically), then temperature (lowest to highest)" but in the task script are "Reykjavik, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Berlin and Caloocan "

Since when Reykjavik, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Berlin and Caloocan are countries?!?

And it gets even more interesting in the next question! I.e. "sort-5-2: What how will the following data be sorted?" and among options:

A. first country name (reverse alphabetically), then temperature (lowest to highest)

C. first country name (reverse alphabetically), then temperature (lowest to highest)

The answers A and C are exactly the same. BUT! - The "A" is correct, while "C" is not!

And the microphone used within the specialization is very sensitive - so you hear them swallow every time. And since they are visibly uncomfortable being in front of a camera, they gulp down A LOT.

The course should be proof-read, proof-heard, the videos should be edited and the exams revisited. So far it is a disgrace to Coursera and american education.

創建者 Mordechai P

Jan 13, 2019

Very cool and useful training program!

創建者 Klaus G

Jan 04, 2019

Very good instructors and a lot of exercises.

創建者 Chris I

Feb 15, 2019

This was a very informative and enjoyable course

創建者 Jing C

Jan 24, 2019

easy to follow

創建者 Abdulmajeed A I

Feb 18, 2019

Learned alot in this course. Helpful and well structured.

創建者 Paul L

Feb 18, 2019

Great Course

創建者 Lukas F

Feb 06, 2019

very nice course the Project in the end was harder than the exams before, nice chalange.

創建者 Shubhnay J

Feb 06, 2019

Learned a lot. Engaging content.

創建者 Khalid S

Jan 24, 2019

Great Course!

創建者 WeiDong

Mar 21, 2019

nice course

創建者 yangxin m

Feb 28, 2019

i like the first part of the final course project. expect you can't donwload the CSV file that you created

創建者 Henloy A

Feb 28, 2019

Great Course and materials. The instructors are great and easy to understand even for a newbie like me

創建者 April X

Feb 28, 2019

Nice class

創建者 Bensaid O

Mar 22, 2019

very helpful

創建者 Songly H

Mar 25, 2019

Great course with clear and easy to understand lectures !

創建者 Michał O

Mar 29, 2019

Really cool stuff.

創建者 Paul s J

Mar 29, 2019

I learned the most from this course.

創建者 Akhil P

Mar 29, 2019

Great Course