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Best way to learn python for an experienced R user??
Wondering exactly what the title asks.
I’ve been using R for years at my job, but clearly the market wants python skills, so I need to build those up.
I have exposure to python, but I’ve never done any extensive coding in it.
Im mostly interested in a “learn by doing” approach. Any suggestions for ways to get many hours in of coding in python? I feel like I can “think” in R, at least of the outset of …
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