I love writing about Python libraries. If you have read any of my blogs, you might know I have written about multiple libraries. Before writing, I test some Python libraries, check their most remarkable features, and, if I like, I write about them. Usually, I try to include a few libraries in the same blog to make it more informative. However, once in a while, I find libraries that are so cool that deserve their own blog. That’s the case for Bamboolib!

Bamboolib is one of those libraries that makes you think: How didn’t I know this before? Yeah, it sounds a little dramatic, but believe me, you will be surprised. Bamboolib can build the code for things that take a while to write, such as complex group by clauses. Let’s jump right in because I’m very excited to show you how it works.

Bamboolib — for beginners and for pros

Bamboolib sells itself as making any person do Data Analysis in Python without becoming a programmer or googling syntax. Based on my tests, that’s true! It requires zero coding skills. However, I see how it could be handy for people running short in time or for someone who doesn’t want to type long codes for simple tasks. I can also see how people learning Python can take advantage of it. For example, if you want to learn how to do something in Python, you can use Bamboolib, check the code it generates, and learn from it.

Either way, let’s explore how you can use it, and you can decide if it can be helpful for you or not. Let’s get started!

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