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(Class 1) Diving In class 1 ready with solved notebook, html, no hw this week Oct 28, 2019
(Class 2) Python and Pandas class 2 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Oct 28, 2019
(Class 3) Descriptive Data Analysis class 3 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Oct 31, 2019
(Class 4) Regular Expressions class 4 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Oct 31, 2019
(Class 5) Web Crawling class 5 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Oct 31, 2019
(Class 6) Text Mining and NLP class 6 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Oct 31, 2019
(Class 7) Data Visualization class 7 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Nov 6, 2019
(Class 8) Web APIs class 8 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Nov 8, 2019
(Class 9) Data Driven Websites class 9 ready with solved notebook, html, hw, and hw solution Nov 8, 2019
Supplementary Info Update .DS_Store Nov 6, 2019
.DS_Store Update .DS_Store Nov 14, 2019
.gitignore Update .gitignore Oct 31, 2019
Projects in Programming (INFO-UB.0024.01) Fall 2019 Final Project FAQ and Rubric.pdf final project faq and rubric ready Nov 8, 2019
Projects in Programming (INFO-UB.0024.01) Fall 2019 Participation Rubric.pdf participation rubric complete Aug 6, 2019
Projects in Programming (INFO-UB.0024.01) Fall 2019 Syllabus.pdf update syllabus with desk number Sep 12, 2019
README.md readme ready Oct 31, 2019
license.md license ready Oct 31, 2019

README.md

NYU-Projects-in-Programming-Fall-2019

Jupyter Notebooks and general class information for the Fall 2019 Semester of Projects in Programming & Data Science at NYU.

Thank you to Panos G. Ipeirotis – https://www.stern.nyu.edu/faculty/bio/panagiotis-ipeirotis – for the inspiration (and sometimes the verbatim code) for this course.

For more information please contact Alex Siegman at alex.siegman@nyu.edu

*Please note that a new repo will be created for each semester of this class, so students, make sure you are in the right place.

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