I have written about Python, the open source programming language, throughout the blog. However, I understand that my readers, traditionally Excel users, may not have Python installed on their machines or done much programming before.
The purpose of this resource guide, then, is to serve as a “mission control” for getting you off the ground with Python, particularly if you come from Excel.
You’ll start by getting Python up and running on your machine, peruse some blog posts and other good resources, then continue your journey with my book Advancing into Analytics: From Excel to Python and R.
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Thanks for reading and be sure to peruse the other great content on the blog and in my resource library.
If you want to immerse yourself in Python, check out my book Advancing into Analytics: From Excel to Python and R. More information about the book including how to read for free is available here.