Moneycontrol ties up with Gramener for Data Analysis of elections

Moneycontrol’s Election Analytics Centre: Track as­sembly polls

Moneycontrol has tied up with data ana­lyt­ics firm Gramener and polit­ic­al com­ment­at­ors to bring you a wealth of data and ana­lys­is on the elec­tions, both in the run-up to count­ing day, and on the day of the ver­dict (Saturday, March 11).

Introduction to Exploratory Data Analysis – A video lesson

It’s al­ways not ne­ces­sary to use ma­chine learn­ing al­gorithm for ex­tract­ing in­ter­est­ing stor­ies from data. Here is a video by Kathirmani Sukumar, Data Scientist at Gramener, which ex­plains data ana­lys­is sans com­plic­ated ma­chine learn­ing tech­niques. The video les­son will help in learn­ing how to ana­lyse data us­ing a few sim­ple (but power­ful) tech­niques based on Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) us­ing data from the sport of Cricket. It is use­ful for those who want to do data ana­lys­is, but are not sure of where to start and what to learn from. It also dis­cusses about ba­sics of data types, data muta­tion and uni­vari­ate ana­lys­is, and these tech­niques are do­main ag­nostic. One can ap­ply the same tech­niques on any data from any do­main. It fo­cuses on us­ing Pandas lib­rary for data pro­cessing and plot­ting the res­ults. The Jupyter note­book can be down­loaded from The next video in the series will be a les­son on uni­vari­ate and bivari­ate ana­lys­is.