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This course will introduce students to the basics of the Structured Query Language (SQL) as well as basic database design for storing data as part of a multi-step data gathering, analysis, and processing effort. The course will use SQLite3 as its database. We will also build web crawlers and multi-step data gathering and visualization processes. We will use the D3.js library to do basic data visualization. This course will cover Chapters 14-15 of the book “Python for Everybody”. To succeed in this course, you should be familiar with the material covered in Chapters 1-13 of the textbook and the first three courses in this specialization. This course covers Python 3....
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12 de mar. de 2018

The course is great... You can definitely learn many things... Was kind of hard for me and i went many times back and forth through most of the lectures... However i think i learn many new things....


22 de jun. de 2017

Wonderful course! I learnt many useful SQL statements and know how to combine database operations into python program. Dr. Chuck's lectures are always comprehensible and clear. Thank you, professor.

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por Pappu T 1

18 de jun. de 2020

please grade me in week 5 assignment .i needed my certificate

por Qian H

19 de jun. de 2017

Simple and what we need to do is just use the sample code.

por Jack T

2 de mar. de 2017

Would've liked for assignments to be more independent.

por Sourabh S

21 de nov. de 2018

Should Challenge more in terms of quiz and Assignment

por offer s

27 de dic. de 2015

Course is interesting, but tasks are way too easy.

por Dolar G

30 de may. de 2019

Good course for beginners, more theoretical

por cheting c

17 de ene. de 2018

Assignment could be a lot more challenging.


7 de ene. de 2018

I'd rather program more than just be a user

por Chao C

6 de sep. de 2016

Would be better if have harder assignment.

por Srdjan J

7 de jul. de 2021

Assignments were too easy for this level.

por Lucas L

1 de may. de 2021

It is not quite what I was looking for.

por Mark H

26 de nov. de 2018

Not as in-depth as the other modules.

por Christophe L G

14 de ene. de 2016

Nice course but not enough exercices

por Ayodeji A

22 de jun. de 2018

Not as clear as the first 3 courses

por Humza A

1 de ene. de 2017

Assignments were way too simplistic

por Douglas O

20 de mar. de 2017

I work seemed a little too light.

por Esron D d S

27 de may. de 2016

It have low practice exercises.

por Jeff S

28 de dic. de 2015

Could use more hands on coding

por Amit P

11 de feb. de 2017

was expecting more on this.

por Jean E

28 de mar. de 2016

Good but for beginners

por Jae N

7 de ago. de 2020

A little simplistic

por yassine k b

31 de may. de 2020

ca va aller ...

por Weerachai Y

27 de jun. de 2020


por Audrey D

24 de oct. de 2020

Disclaimer: I did not finish the course. I decided after week 2 to use a different course to learn about Databases and Python.

While I value the availability of this kind of courses for free, I just did not like the style of teaching of Mr Severance. I have a hard time watching 15+ minute videos after a full day of work already in front of the computer, when the teacher does not go straight to the point or make clear sentences (if a deaf person was reading the transcript, they would be struggling to follow).

I am just not that interested in the history and how people did databases before etc., but I don't criticise that, some people might be interested. However I think that stretching a simple concept over more than 10 minutes is not helping students to grasp what is going on.

On the other hand, I liked having cheap access to the book because it was faster to read about a subject than to sit for 15 minutes in front of the video, skipping ahead, trying to guess where the important bits are.

Plus, running us through a code that the teacher doesn't write as he explains is not a good way to engage. As a student you think that you understand, but you'd be hard pressed to write that code if asked.

So that's why I decide to go for a more interactive approach to learning, with lots of examples.