Tag: Python
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Python Foundations
Practical introduction to Python programming for modern engineers and manufacturers.
Duration
3 days, 5 hours per day
ETA
January 2019
Locations Available
Online (Audit Only) Dallas-Fort Worth
Summary
Python programming is on the rise! For the modern engineer, computer programming is a mandatory skill set when interacting with advanced manufacturing, robotics design, data analytics and machine learning. Python is an approachable language with a clean syntax and a vast collection of reusable libraries. Python is in high demand by employers so it is a great language to learn for both students, experienced professionals and everyone in between.
Python for Data Science
Learn to use Python for data science, machine learning and data analytics applications.
Duration
3 days, 5 hours per day
ETA
March 2019
Locations Available
Online (Audit Only) Dallas-Fort Worth
Summary
Data is everywhere today and for the Smart Manufacturing operation the ability to extract value from that data is essential. Python is an extremely popular choice when analyzing, exploring and visualizing data. The market for Data Scientists is exploding so there is no better time to learn this invaluable skill set.
Python for Machine Learning
Learn how to use Python to construct predictive models using real-world data.
Duration
3 days, 5 hours per day
ETA
August 2019
Locations Available
Online (Audit Only) Dallas-Fort Worth
Summary
Machine learning (a field of Artificial Intelligence) is transforming the engineering and manufacturing industry in new and exciting ways. Large amounts of data coupled with powerful Python tooling is solving the toughest problems in manufacturing. From predicting machine downtime to proactively optimizing throughput, the proper application of machine learning is differentiating manufacturers in terms of cost, product quality and time-to-market. For students and professionals, the time is now to embrace machine learning.