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#Data is growing everywhere and becoming more valuable everyday. Businesses are now in a position where they don't know how to make sense of it all, and they need people to find, clean, and interpret their data so they can achieve their goals.

We'll first be learning Python, a powerful, but easy to learn, programming language used by sites like YouTube and Dropbox. Then we'll be learning how to use some popular libraries for quick and efficient Data Analysis.

You'll be able to quickly extract and understand data in large files, databases, and even public websites. This is your chance to begin a career as a Data Analyst or sponsor members of your team to help tackle and use your growing pools of data.

Course Instructor:
- Thomas Laughlin, former Wall Street risk analyst and CEO of Bathala Associates.

Tentative Times and Course Outline:
Week 1
(Setup, Python Fundamentals, NumPy):
- Mon, Dec 05, 7-9pm
- Wed, Dec 07, 7-9pm
- Fri, Dec 09, 7-9pm
Week 2
(Pandas, SciPy, Visualizations, Web Scraping):
- Mon, Dec 12, 7-9pm
- Wed, Dec 14, 7-9pm

A brief background in programming concepts and the ability to submit payment of PHP 10,000 by the date of the first class are the only requirements to attend this course. You can reserve your spot by emailing us at and submitting payment on or before the date of the first class. Seats are limited.

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