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Investigating Netflix Movies

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Apply the foundational Python skills you learned in Introduction to Python and Intermediate Python by manipulating and visualizing movie data.

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Project Description

In this project, you'll apply your Python skills to answer a real-world question. You'll aim to discover if Netflix's movies are getting shorter over time using everything from lists and loops to pandas and matplotlib. You'll also gain experience in an essential data science skill — exploratory data analysis.

Project Tasks

  1. 1
    Determine whether movie lengths are getting shorter.

Technologies

Python Python

Topics

Data ManipulationData Visualization
Jasmin Ludolf HeadshotJasmin Ludolf

Data Science Content Developer, DataCamp

Jasmin is a Content Developer at DataCamp. After ten years as a global marketing manager in the music industry, she recently changed careers to follow her curiosity for data. Her passion is value exchange and making data science accessible to all.
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  • Oswaldo A.
    3 months

    This was great

  • Natalie C.
    about 1 month

    It was a good exercise to actually be able to do a project from scratch and code everything with guidelines on how to proceed. However, some of the instructions were unclear, others were not explicitly covered by the 2 initial courses and may have added to the complexity of the exercise for a complete beginner like me. It was a good experience overall, though.

  • Benjamin D.
    about 2 months

    Interesting and complete project, I would have liked to work on a little more python methods though.

  • Chi K.
    3 months

    instructions could be clearer

  • Federico B.
    4 months

    Interesting. More projects like this would be very beneficial for practical application.

"This was great"

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