Week 1 – Data Scientist’s Toolkit
1. Languages of Data Science - Practice Quiz - Languages
2. Practice Quiz - Tools
3. Practice Quiz - Packages, APIs, Data Sets, Models
4. Module 1 Assessment - Graded Quiz
Week 2 – Open Source Tools
1. Github- Practice Quiz
2. Jupter Notebook and JupyterLab- Practice Quiz - Jupter Notebooks
3. RStudio IDE/Practice Quiz - RStudio IDE/
4. Module 2 Assessment
Week 3 – IBM Tools for Data Science
1. Watson Studio/Practice Quiz - Watson Studio/
2. Other IBM Tools/Practice Quiz - Other IBM Tools
3. Module 3 Assessment
Week 4 – Final Assignment
Final Assignment: Create and Share Your Jupyter Notebook
- Create a Jupyter Notebook.
- Configure content in the Notebook.
- Share the Notebook for peer review.
You will create a Jupyter Notebook using IBM Watson Studio. You can choose any language you want (Python, R, or Scala). You will need to include a combination of markdown and code cells. You will likely need to use the Markdown cheatsheet to help you determine the appropriate syntax to style your markdown.
Guidelines for the submission:
Create your Jupyter Notebook on IBM Watson Studio.
Include at least 6 cells:
- Cell 1 (rendered as Markdown): The title should be “My Jupyter Notebook on IBM Watson Studio”, in H1 header styling. The title does not need to be centered.
- Cell 2 (rendered as Markdown): Include your name, in bold characters. In the line below your name, write your current or desired occupation in regular font.
- Cell 3 (rendered as Markdown): In italic formatting, write one or two sentences about why you are interested in data science. For example, you can start your first sentence with “I am interested in data science because …”.
- Cell 4 (rendered as Markdown): In H3 header styling, explain in a short sentence what your code is supposed to do in Cell 5.
- Cell 5 (code cell): Your code, as described in Cell 4. It must be executed and must display an output. Try to keep the code simple (it can even be “1 + 1”).
- Cell 6 (rendered as Markdown): Using Markdown or HTML, this cell must include at least 3 of the following: horizontal rule, bulleted list, numbered list, tables, hyperlinks, images, code/syntax highlighting, blocked quotes, strikethrough.
Submit the URL of your publicly shared notebook on IBM Watson Studio.
The main grading criteria will be:
- Is the notebook publicly viewable?
- Are there, or does there appear to be, at least 5 Markdown cells and 1 code cell?
- Is the criteria for each cell fulfilled, as described in the “Guidelines for Submission”?
You will not be judged on:
- Your English language, including spelling or grammatical mistakes.
- The content of any text or image(s) or where a link is hyperlinked to.
My Jupyter Notebook on IBM Watson Studio
I am interested in Data Science because I would love to contribute towards affordable and quality healthcare in the future
The below should print ‘Hello World’