Does Python Stand a Chance in Today’s World of Data Science? [video]

Tony DiLoreto gensim, Machine Learning 1 Comment

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Earlier this summer, our director Radim Řehůřek, led a talk about the state of Python in today’s world of Data Science. Covered in the talk is how businesses are using Python for commercial success, Python vs Java, and an interesting comparison of the popular latent semantic analysis (SVD) and word2vec algorithms running on with different platforms: Spark MLlib, gensim, scikit-learn and Apache Mahout.

The video is compliments of MLMU.cz, the Machine Learning Meetup in Prague.

Watch the video here:

This talk is an abridged version of the full keynote talk that took place at PyCon this April in Florence.

Comments 1

  1. Proquotient

    Python has been one of the most popular programming languages for Data Science and it still is a great language to learn if you want to get started with Data Science. Thanks for sharing this very informative article about the Python programming language.

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