#100DaysOfCode in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Days 37-39: Using CSV data
Lecture: Our data

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0:00 For the learning section of today, what we're going to do is we're going to write an app that takes a CSV file, and answers a
0:06 set of questions around it. The data that we're going to use is from the 538 data set, data/us-weather-history. It's not very clear what this means,
0:18 but this is the weather history from different cities. You can even actually see here's the the data that they,
0:25 the code that they used to visualize it. Here's the web scraping, they go to Wunderground which is the weather site to get the data, pretty awesome.
0:33 So we're going to use this data set, this is the Seattle weather data for 2014 and 2015, I believe. Yeah, there's the dates right there.
0:42 This should look familiar, right? Date, actual mean, actual man, actual temp and so on. So we're going to take this data and
0:48 we're going to work with it. Now, let's make sure we start with the raw, we do not want GitHub HTML, you want the raw. So we're going to save this.
0:56 And I'll just save this as seattle.csv. Now let's go write some code to work with this data file.

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