Introduction to Python for Data Analysis

This course offers an introduction to Jupyter and Pycharm, particularly:

  • When and how to use them
  • The basic commands
  • How to structure code in Python
  • How to import packages and how to use them
  • A practical example of importing, manipulating and visualizing data

This course requires a laptop with Python and Anaconda installed; all are open source programs. We are happy to help with the installation upon request.

Mattia Biancaterra

I believe that Python is a very versatile programming language for data analysis. I have been using Python at many occasions, be it academic or not, in particular at the DOV summer school, for my Bachelor thesis and for my personal research into trading strategies.

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  • Registration

    Online registration is open until 13 June for all USI students enrolled during the academic year 2020-21.

    A CHF 15.00 nominal fee is requested to gain access to all courses and activities offered (please refer to the courses and activities descriptions for any requirements for registration and detailed information). In addition, registered students will receive a welcome package.

    Places available for courses and activities are limited to guarantee the quality of the offer. They are organised in full compliance with the Federal, Cantonal, and USI COVID-19 provisions. Some courses and activities may be cancelled should a minimum number of participants not be reached. Thank you for your understanding. The programme lineup will be gradually defined due to the ever-evolving health situation.

    Registration for courses and activities will be confirmed to the students by the courses or activities' coordinators/teachers/services in charge, which will be available for any reallocations or changes.

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