Informatics Practices with Python: Textbook for CBSE Class 12 (as per 2020-21 Syllabus)
|Dimensions||20 × 14 × 4 cm|
This thoroughly revised book, Informatics Practices with Python (065), for Class XII fully meets the 2020-21 syllabus requirements, including Case-based/Source-based Integrated Questions, and strictly adheres to the guidelines laid down bythe CBSE. The book deals with detailed concepts of Python Pandas, Data Visualization,Computer Networks, Relational Database Management System (SQL) and Societal Impacts.
Python is a popular object-oriented language used both for stand-alone programs and scripting applications in a variety of domains. This book adopts a contemporary approach to the most popular Python library, Pandas, with emphasis on principles of good programming, such as clarity, legibility and efficiency in program design. Thus, an interactive programming style has been emphasized and expressed throughout the book.The hallmark of this book is that it teaches Python Pandas concepts in detail as well as usage of several other Python libraries, such as plotting graphs and charts using Python Pyplot. Ample case studies to understand the basic concepts of Computer Networks with a student-centred approach have also been provided in the book. With easy-to-understand examples, practical implementations and other tools, students will learn how to create and implement Python series and dataframes, perform advanced associated operations and develop GUI applications based on it.The text of the book has been presented in a friendly and easy-to-comprehend language.The book contains example programs that are concise and practical besides diagrams and examples from real-life applications. Each chapter provides tested, debugged and error-free codes with screenshots.
- Item Weight : 820 g
- Paperback : 400 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9389174546
- ISBN-13 : 978-9389174540
- Product Dimensions : 20 x 14 x 4 cm
- Publisher : Sultan Chand & Sons Private Limited
- Reading level : 16 years
- Language: : English
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