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## What's New in Tensorflow 2.0?

### Introduction

If you are a Machine Learning Engineer, Data Scientist, or a hobbyist developing Machine Learning Models from time to time just for fun, then it is very likely that you are familiar with Tensorflow.

Tensorflow is an open-source and a free framework developed by Google Brain Team written in

## Managing Python Environments with direnv and pyenv

### Introduction

As Python developers, most of us are familiar with Virtual Environments. One of the first things we do when working on a new project is to create an environment. We commonly use virtualenv or venv exactly for that purpose.

Each project we work on uses different packages and may

## 'is' vs '==' in Python - Object Comparison

### 'is' vs '==' in Python

Python has two very similar operators for checking whether two objects are equal. These two operators are is and ==.

They are usually confused with one another because with simple data types, like ints and strings (which many people start learning Python with)

## How to Write a Makefile - Automating Python Setup, Compilation, and Testing

### Introduction

When you want to run a project that has multiple sources, resources, etc., you need to make sure that all of the code is recompiled before the main program is compiled or run.

For example, imagine our software looks something like this:

main_program.source -> uses the

## Bucket Sort in Python

### Introduction

In this tutorial, we'll be diving into the theory and implementation of Bucket Sort in Python.

Bucket Sort is a comparison-type algorithm which assigns elements of a list we want to sort in Buckets, or Bins. The contents of these buckets are then sorted, typically with another algorithm. After

## Statistical Hypothesis Analysis in Python with ANOVAs, Chi-Square, and Pearson Correlation

### Introduction

Python is an incredibly versatile language, useful for a wide variety of tasks in a wide range of disciplines. One such discipline is statistical analysis on datasets, and along with SPSS, Python is one of the most common tools for statistics.

Python’s user-friendly and intuitive nature makes running

## Calculating Mean, Median, and Mode in Python

### Introduction

When we're trying to describe and summarize a sample of data, we probably start by finding the mean (or average), the median, and the mode of the data. These are central tendency measures and are often our first look at a dataset.

In this tutorial, we'll learn how to

## any() and all() in Python with Examples

### Introduction to any() and all()

In this tutorial, we'll be covering the any() and all() functions in Python.

The any(iterable) and all(iterable) are built-in functions in Python and have been around since Python 2.5 was released. Both functions are equivalent to writing a series of or and