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1. Course Introduction
In this lesson, we get a preview of the course ahead.
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Course Structure (00:22)
This course has 2 main parts.
In the first part, we’ll learn more about Python and Machine learning and we’ll look into an app called Jupyter Notebook which we can use to interact with Python on our computer.
In the second part, we’ll start to learn about the basics of Python, such as performing basic calculations and storing data.
(upbeat music) - [Instructor] Welcome to this first lesson on Python Fundamentals.
This course is the first of a number of courses on how to master the basics of the open source programming language, Python.
In this lesson, we'll set the scene for what we'll be covering in this course.
First, we'll get started with Python. Our main aim will be to justify why it's worth learning, even for people without any coding background. We'll then start exploring basic Python functionality. We'll start with basic calculations and then move on to different ways we can display and store information. Let's stop the lesson here.
In the next lesson, we'll learn about what exactly Python is and why it's popular.