Using Python reduce()

Using the Python ‘reduce()’ Function to Aggregate Data, With Examples

This article will show you how to use the Python reduce() function to aggregate data from values in an iterable (iterables are things like lists, dictionaries, sets, or tuples – collections containing items that can be looped over) and reduce them to a single accumulated value. The code and examples… Read More »Using the Python ‘reduce()’ Function to Aggregate Data, With Examples

Python Scatter Plots

Python Scatter Plots with Matplotlib [Tutorial]

Graphs are awesome. If you disagree, you probably shouldn’t read on. The best (and easiest!) way to create graphs and scatter plots in Python is using the package Matplotlib. This tutorial explains exactly how to do so. What is matplotlib? I’ll let them introduce themselves in their… Read More »Python Scatter Plots with Matplotlib [Tutorial]

Python isinstance Function

Python isinstance Function, With Example [Guide]

The Python isinstance() function determines the type or class of a variable. Read on to find out exactly how isinstance works, with an example below. What are Types? The type of a variable determines what it can or can’t do. It determines what value the variable may take and what can be done with that value. isinstance… Read More »Python isinstance Function, With Example [Guide]