Python has a very handy module ‘Platform’ that helps to retrieve information about the system or platform on which we are running the code.

# Import Platform module
import platform

# To find out which Python version we are using
Output: 3.9.2

# To find details of the processor
Output: Intel64 Family 6 Model 69 Stepping 1, GenuineIntel

# To find architecture of platform
Output: (‘64bit’, ‘WindowsPE’)

# To find Machine details
Output: AMD64

# To get the Operating system information
Output: Windows

# To get detailed information about underlying platform
Output: Windows-10–10.0.19041-SP0

# To get platform inormation
Output: uname_result(system=’Windows’, node=’Shekhar27', release=’10', version=’10.0.19041', machine=’AMD64')

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We will start with understanding the meaning of ‘terms’ of an equation. In an equation we have several parts connected by + or -, each of such part is called as ‘term’ of an expression.

For example 4x + 3y expression has two parts joined by ‘+’, these parts 4x and 3y are called as terms of the expression.

Notice that the terms are separated by ‘+’ and ‘-’ only. Thus in 3xy there is only one term , while in x + 2y there are two terms.

And also the sign along with term is important.

Monomial : An…

In the playlist i have covered ggplot2 from start.

Seaborn is a python visualization library. It is built on top of matplotlib.

In this playlist I have covered Seaborn from start.

Please go through attached playlist to learn Matplotlib Visualization library of Python.

This tutorial covers Pandas DataFrame in detail

This playlist covers Pandas Series in detail

Numpy : Numerical Python

Sharing Numpy tutorial, this helps to Learn Numpy in quick time

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