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Introduction to DataCamp Projects

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If you've never done a DataCamp project, this is the place to start!

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Project Description

This is an introduction to DataCamp projects. DataCamp projects allow you to apply the skills you have learned in DataCamp courses. In each project, you will carry out an end-to-end analysis on real-world tasks using real-world tools and workflows.

In doing so, you will learn how to work with Jupyter notebooks: an open-source web application that is great for interactive data analysis.

Project Tasks

  1. 1
    This is a Jupyter Notebook!
  2. 2
    Put any code in code cells
  3. 3
    Jupyter Notebooks ♡ SQL (part i)
  4. 4
    Jupyter Notebooks ♡ SQL (part ii)
  5. 5
    Jupyter Notebooks ♡ SQL (part iii)
  6. 6
    Jupyter Notebooks ♡ SQLAlchemy
  7. 7
    Jupyter Notebooks ♡ plots
  8. 8
    Goodbye for now!




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David Venturi HeadshotDavid Venturi

Data Science Educator

David graduated from Queen's University with a dual degree in Chemical Engineering and Economics. After working for a year, he discovered online education (in the early MOOC era) and became enamored with its potential. He has since created content to help people navigate the space, including a DIY data science master's program, Class Central's Data Science Career Guide, courses for Udacity's Data Analyst Nanodegree program, and several DataCamp courses and projects. Visit his website to say hi!
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  • Majid I.
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  • Archibald E.
    10 months

    Great App

  • Nhial M.
    11 months


  • Amrutha V.
    14 days

    Its a good project to learn in very different way

  • Peter H.
    10 months

    Just after running "Check Project" in the middle of the "Introduction to DataCamp Projects" it gives you error/warning message. Please try to include there some note like "Please check if you have completed all parts of this project, after that you can check your project by clicking on "Check Project" Because I was quite confused at the beginning that I have seen some warning even when particular chapter of the project was correct. Thanks!


Majid I.

"Great App"

Archibald E.


Nhial M.


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