Query: Getting Information from Data with the Wolfram Language (Wolfram Media)
Wednesday, 01 November 2023

In this book, Professor Seth J. Chandler guides intermediate users of Wolfram from simple cases to data in the wild and shows how each can be fed into the full range of Wolfram Language functionality. It's both a conceptual and practical approach filled with annotated examples. The book shows how to organize or reduce data in the Wolfram Language similarly to the way one might use SQL, pandas in Python, or dplyr in R's tidyverse. It also shows how to simplify data processing and go beyond what is possible with other tools using the Query function.

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Author: Seth J. Chandler
Publisher: Wolfram Media
Date: October 2023
Pages: 368
ISBN: 978-1579550851
Print: 1579550851
Kindle: B0CJK3GD5D
Audience: Wolfram users
Level: Intermediate
Category: Data Science


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