The price of energy changes hourly, which opens up the possibility of temporal arbitrage: buying energy at a low price, storing it, and selling it later at a higher price. To successfully execute any temporal arbitrage strategy, some amount of confidence in future prices is required, to be able to expect to make a profit. In the case of energy arbitrage, the constraints of the energy storage system must also be considered. For example, batteries have limited capacity, limited rate of charging, and are not 100% efficient in that not all of the energy used to charge a battery will be available later for discharge.
Exchange rates API is a simple and lightweight free service for current and historical foreign exchange rates.
This article will discuss several tips and shortcuts for using
iloc to work with a data set that has a large number of columns. Even if you have some experience with using
iloc you should learn a couple of helpful tricks to speed up your own analysis and avoid typing lots of column names in your code.
This article summarizes how to clean up messy currency fields and convert them into a numeric value for further analysis. The concepts illustrated here can also apply to other types of pandas data cleanup tasks.
Investing was always associated with large amounts of money, both in terms of the invested amount as well as costs associated with it. Here at BUX, we want to make investing accessible to everyone. That is why we recently launched BUX Zero in the Netherlands and other European countries will follow soon! BUX Zero is a zero-commission stock trading app, which makes investing not only accessible but also easy to do directly from your phone.
In this tutorial, we’re going to dig into how to transform data using Python scripts and the command line.
But first, it’s worth asking the question you may be thinking: “How does Python fit into the command line and why would I ever want to interact with Python using the command line when I know I can do all my data science work using IPython notebooks or Jupyter lab?”
Notebooks are great for quick data visualization and exploration, but Python scripts are the way to put anything we learn into production. Let’s say you want to make a website to help people make Hacker News posts with ideal headlines and submission times. To do this, you’ll need scripts.
Although there are an increasing number of commercial AutoML products, the open-source ecosystem has been innovating here as well. In the early days of the AutoML movement, the focus was on those looking to leverage the power of ML models without a background in data science – citizen data scientists. Today, however, AutoML tools have a lot to offer experts too.
An introduction to running parallel tasks with Celery, plus how and why we built an API on top of Celery’s Canvas task primitives.
One of the technology goals of Zymergen is to empower biologists to explore genetic edits of microbes in a high throughput and highly automated manner. The Computational Biology team at Zymergen is responsible for building software to help scientists design and execute these genetic edits. (For a brief overview, see our Zymergen 101 tutorial).
In this post we will learn how to create a binder so that our data analysis, for instance, can be fully reproduced by other researchers. That is, in this post we will learn how to use binder for reproducible research.
As many of us prepare to go to PyCon, we wanted to share a sampling of how Python is used at Netflix. We use Python through the full content lifecycle, from deciding which content to fund all the way to operating the CDN that serves the final video to 148 million members. We use and contribute to many open-source Python packages, some of which are mentioned below. If any of this interests you, check out the jobs site or find us at PyCon. We have donated a few Netflix Originals posters to the PyLadies Auction and look forward to seeing you all there.
A curated list of awesome resources for practicing data science using Python, including not only libraries, but also links to tutorials, code snippets, blog posts and talks. So. Much. Python.
The very basic idea of anomalies is really centered around two values – extremely high values and extremely low values. Then why are they given importance? In this article, we will try to investigate questions like this. We will see how they are created/generated, why they are important to consider while developing machine learning models, how they can be detected.
Pyodide is an experimental project from Mozilla to create a full Python data science stack that runs entirely in the browser.