## Exploring Simpson’s Paradox with Python

In this article we are going to learn about Simpson’s Paradox and explore it with Python programming. Simpson’s Paradox is where data appears to tell a different story when treated as a...

Explore algorithms using the Python programming language.

In this article we are going to learn about Simpson’s Paradox and explore it with Python programming. Simpson’s Paradox is where data appears to tell a different story when treated as a...

In this article, we are going to explore the Gambler’s Fallacy with Python and p5.js by simulating sequences of coin flips. If I flip a coin 4 times, and the probability of...

In this lesson we are going to look at a fun coding challenge in Python called “100 Doors”. It’s a great challenge for developing algorithmic thinking and Python programming skills. Image courtesy...

Fizz Buzz is a classic coding challenge based on a game played at school in Maths lessons. Fizz Buzz is a game for two or more players. Take it in turns to...

In this lesson we are going to learn how to convert between Python code and flowchart representations of loops when designing algorithms. Consider the following code. As with most code examples in...

Here’s a simple program in Python that demonstrates some important fundamental concepts in computer programming. The program simulates two players taking it in turns to roll a 6-sided dice, and keeps track...

HackerRank is a site where you can supercharge your Python programming skills, master data structures and algorithms, and stand out to prospective employers by solving challenges alongside programmers from all around the...

Here’s a fun puzzle for you, which I have implemented online using the fantastic p5.js library for creative coding. The goal is to place as many coins on the board as possible...

ISBN Numbers, or International Standard Book Numbers are commercial numeric book identifiers which are used to uniquely identify a publication. There are two types of ISBN numbers – ISBN-10 and ISBN-13. Validation...

Here’s a fun algorithmic challenge for you. Given a list of integers, write a function to find the total number of complete pairs contained in the list. For example: for the input...

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