Data Science on Google Cloud
This is the first of two Quests of hands-on labs is derived from the exercises from the book Data Science on Google Cloud Platform, 2nd Edition by Valliappa Lakshmanan, published by O'Reilly Media, Inc. In this first Quest, covering up through chapter 8, you are given the opportunity to practice all aspects of ingestion, preparation, processing, querying, exploring and visualizing data sets using Google Cloud tools and services.
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This Quest assumes you have access to the O’Reilly book Data Science on the Google Cloud Platform as the labs only include the exercises from the end of each chapter and do not contain the concepts or teaching from the text itself. The labs use Google Cloud Services and Tools for data storage, transformation, and warehousing, so it is recommended that the student also has earned Badges for the Baseline: Data, ML, and AI and the GCP Essentials Quests before beginning.
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