Welcome to the Google Colab Course by Studyopedia !!!
Google Colab is a Notebook Environment that runs entirely on the cloud. Avoid the hassles of installing Python on your system and directly run your Python programs on a Web Browser.
In this course, learn all about Google Colab and how it eases the work of a programmer. We have discussed how to begin with Colab, run your first program, set up libraries, run pandas, Numpy, and Matplotlib programs, etc. Sample programs with all these libraries are also discussed. Colab supports all Data Science and Machine Learning libraries.
We have also discussed the basic layout of Colab, how to increase the font, display line numbers, and enable dark mode. With that, how to set free Runtime Type i.e. GPU and TPU is also discussed. Also, an overview is discussed, about the paid versions of Google Colab i.e. Colab Pro and Pro+, with all the comparisons.
With Colab, easily share the code with your friends and colleagues using GitHub and Google Drive. Sharing is caring! However, Colab automatically saves your code on Google Drive, making it easier to keep a backup. Therefore, avoid hassles in saving your codes on the system.
Let's start the journey!
Write and run Python programs with Colab on the web browser
Run Numpy, Pandas, Matplotlib, etc. with Colab on the web browser
PC, MAC, Computer with access to the Internet
No paid software required