Top Python Tutorial – Beginner to Master on Coursera

Last updated on January 21st, 2020 at 09:50 am.

This is a list of the top Python courses available for anyone who wants to master Python. These courses are all on Coursera. These python tutorials can be watched for free in coursera, however if you need a certificate you will need to subscriber per course or per specialization.

Coursera provides high quality courses for everybody. I will list the specializations and the python classes / courses that make them up. On coursera, a Specialization is a group of courses geared towards a specific subject.

A specialization is basically a group of courses aimed at making you understand a certain topic. In this case , I will list Python specializations , along with all the courses that make them up.

Here goes the List of the top Python specializations on Coursera :

  1. Python for Everybody Specialization
  2. Python 3 Programming Specialization
  3. Applied Data Science with Python Specialization
  4. Statistics with Python Specialization

The python courses are listed below. The courses making up each specialization are listed below.

#1 Python for Everybody Specialization

The courses that make up this python Specialization are :

I) Programming for Everybody (Getting Started with Python)

II) Python Data Structures

III) Using Python to Access Web Data

IV) Using Databases with Python

V) Capstone: Retrieving, Processing, and Visualizing Data with Python

#2 Python 3 Programming Specialization

The python course that make up this Specialization are :

I) Python Basics

II) Python Functions, Files, and Dictionaries

III) Data Collection and Processing with Python

IV) Python Classes and Inheritance

V) Python Project: pillow, tesseract, and opencv

#3 Applied Data Science with Python Specialization

This specialization consists of the following courses:

I) Introduction to Data Science in Python

II) Applied Plotting, Charting & Data Representation in Python

III) Applied Machine Learning in Python

IV) Applied Text Mining in Python

V) Applied Social Network Analysis in Python

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