Python

Python: moviepy.editor – Combine and cut mp4 or other format clips to make a video clip for publication or distribution using Python MoviePy Editor – Practical Example Case

As I learnt to use Python for the CFDS (Chartered Financial Data Scientist) certificate, I now sometimes also use that coding knowledge for other practical use cases. For example recently I wanted to combine and cut some mobile phone footage I had taken. Here’s some example code how to do that: from moviepy.editor import * import moviepy.editor as mp # you can also use .avi etc instead of .mp4 (i.e….


UBS CEO on Crypto: We don’t advise on Speculation – Using Python, Speech-to-Text, Amazon Transcribe

Today on the UBS investor and analyst conf call a question related to crypto caught my attention. The question was from a SocGen analyst. And CEO of UBS, Ralph Hamers answered. Q: I was wondering how crypto might fit within that, whether you’re merely just going to offer ETF Products to your customers or whether you’re thinking about offering trading custody or even lending based on crypto or whether it’s…


Using Python Script pynput to Control Mouse, Keyboard and Execute Repeat Tasks like Downloading – in Combination with Sleep Timer Function

You may come across tasks that require you browsing a website and clicking on certain links, downloading files on a daily basis. If so, this code has proven useful to me, as it allows me to delegate the downloading to the python script. You will need to install several modules: webbrowser, pynput, time, keyboard Step 1: Script to Open Webbrowser First step, you need to call the desired website address…


Amazon Transcribe vs Google Transcript vs IBM Watson – Speech to Text Comparison – Using Python Script, a .wav File Podcast – Amazon APIKey Credentials

This article will give you working examples of Speech to Text Python scripts and give you a real life comparison of the resulting transcripts. Feel free to post a question or email me with any feedback! Or network on LinkedIn. Note that you should register with Amazon Cloud Services or IBM Cloud, IBM Watson in order to receive credentials needed for running the Python script. In the case of Amazon:…


Crypto Turnover on SIX Swiss Exchange from mid-December 2020 to March 2021

As part of the Chartered Financial Data Scientist (CFDS) course you learn to use Python. I, as a novice, have found Python to be very useful in mining data. Below you can see the market expansion, both in terms of issuers of crypto products issued, as well as by turnover. Visualising the data for insights is providing useful in understanding and conveying trends and market developments. This graph shows that…