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How to Collect Data for Your Analysis

  • If you’re going to gather data to write a research paper or to build something that works in the real world, Kaggle could be the wrong source for your data.
  • What I want to show you is a practical introduction to how you could create relevant data sets that support you in your research/machine learning goals.
  • In one of my projects, I needed to access financial data from German companies to analyze the effect of a new mandatory accounting standard on bid-ask spreads.
  • Finally, I calculated the mean of the relative bid-ask spreads and merged it into the static data frame.
  • For assessing this research question, I found quite a lot of research papers that made use of the Survey of Consumer Finances to analyze stock market participation.
  • But what collecting data the old way (not on Kaggle) ultimately does is that we must ask ourselves the right questions.

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How to Collect Data for Your Analysis

  • If you’re going to gather data to write a research paper or to build something that works in the real world, Kaggle could be the wrong source for your data.
  • What I want to show you is a practical introduction to how you could create relevant data sets that support you in your research/machine learning goals.
  • In one of my projects, I needed to access financial data from German companies to analyze the effect of a new mandatory accounting standard on bid-ask spreads.
  • Finally, I calculated the mean of the relative bid-ask spreads and merged it into the static data frame.
  • For assessing this research question, I found quite a lot of research papers that made use of the Survey of Consumer Finances to analyze stock market participation.
  • But what collecting data the old way (not on Kaggle) ultimately does is that we must ask ourselves the right questions.

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How to Collect Data for Your Analysis

  • If you’re going to gather data to write a research paper or to build something that works in the real world, Kaggle could be the wrong source for your data.
  • What I want to show you is a practical introduction to how you could create relevant data sets that support you in your research/machine learning goals.
  • In one of my projects, I needed to access financial data from German companies to analyze the effect of a new mandatory accounting standard on bid-ask spreads.
  • Finally, I calculated the mean of the relative bid-ask spreads and merged it into the static data frame.
  • For assessing this research question, I found quite a lot of research papers that made use of the Survey of Consumer Finances to analyze stock market participation.
  • But what collecting data the old way (not on Kaggle) ultimately does is that we must ask ourselves the right questions.

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How to Use Kaggle Datasets in Google Colab

  • Kaggle is a very popular platform among people in data science domain.
  • In this post, we will see how to import datasets from Kaggle directly to google colab notebooks.
  • We first go to our account page on Kaggle to generate an API token.
  • If there is a previously generated API token, we should expire it by clicking on “Expire API Token”.
  • If not, we can directly generate a token clicking on “Create New API Token”.
  • When clicked on, a file named kaggle.json will be download.
  • Then we open a new notebook in colab and run the following command.
  • Then we need to upload kaggle.json file.
  • Once these steps are completed, next time we just upload kaggle.json to colab and then download the dataset.
  • I consider kaggle and google colab as two key players in the field of data science.

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