MongoDB World 2019: Exploring your MongoDB Data with Pirates (R) and Snakes (Python)

July 1, 2019
Does exploring data excite you? Do you use Python or R as your language of choice for data analysis? Does your job title include the term Data Analyst? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then the Exploring Your MongoDB Data with Pirates and Snakes is the session for you! MongoDB Developer Advocate Ken Alger will show the suggested method for using dataframe structures in R and Python with your MongoDB data. He’ll show the code for best practices in both languages to move your array based MongoDB data into the popular fast, flexible, and expressive dataframes used for data analysis in these prominent programming languages.
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