How to Use the Module in Python Notebook?

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To use a module in a Python notebook, you first need to make sure the module is installed in your environment. You can use the !pip install command to install modules from the command line in your notebook. Once the module is installed, you can import it into your notebook using the import statement. Here’s an example of how to use the numpy module in a Python notebook:

!pip install numpy  # Install the numpy module

import numpy as np  # Import the numpy module and alias it as np

# Now you can use numpy functions and classes in your notebook
array = np.array([1, 2, 3])
mean = np.mean(array)
print(mean)

In this example, we first install the numpy module using the !pip install command. Then, we import the module using the import statement and alias it as np. This is a common convention for the numpy module.

Finally, we use a numpy function (np.array) and a numpy class method (np.mean) to create an array and calculate its mean. We then print the mean to the console.

You can replace numpy with the name of any other module you want to use in your notebook, and follow the same pattern of installing and importing it.

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