HackerRank Projects for Data Science provides developers with an embedded Jupyter IDE - the most widely used environment in the data science community. As a candidate, you can solve data science questions inside the Jupyter IDE, as explained in this article.
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This article describes how you can use the embedded Jupyter IDE to solve project-type Data Science challenges in HackerRank Tests.
Answering Data Science Questions
Here is a quick video to get you started with the Answering Data Science questions workflow.
Or, if you prefer to follow directions, here are the steps for your ready reference.
- Once you have filled out the confirmation form, the Environment Setup will take a few minutes. Once it is done, click Go to Test to launch the Data Science Test.
- You will see a list of the questions in the test, and clicking on a Data Science question takes you to a screen where you can read the question description and solve the Data Science question in the embedded Jupyter IDE.
- You can also opt for the full-screen mode by dragging in or out the problem statement, filling out all the necessary files, and preparing a well-commented and complete Jupyter Notebook for submission.
- In your Jupyter session, you can run individual data cells, run Python scripts in the given console, save text files, use the terminal, and more, while solving the question.
- Once you are done with answering, click on submit to move forward in the test.
- You can revisit your submitted answers and change the submissions any number of times by clicking on Modify before the test ends.