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re: I do not understand why python is "loved" for ML. The only point i can understand is that tensorflow is best for python. But why did google not mad...

Though I am not a machine learning engineer, I have heard that Python is loved for ML because of three main reasons:

  1. libraries/frameworks (like NumPy for computation, Pandas, PyTorch, scikit-learn for data mining, and more)

  2. the simplicity of the code is useful when dealing with and testing complex algorithms

  3. there's a big community of support using Python for ML, so it's easy to get advice and collaborate

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