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Best Practices for Handling Duplicate Elements in Python Lists

Here are three awesome ways that you can use to remove duplicates in a list. These are helpful in resolving your data analytics solutions.  01. Using a Set Convert the list into a set , which automatically removes duplicates due to its unique element nature, and then convert the set back to a list. Solution: original_list = [2, 4, 6, 2, 8, 6, 10] unique_list = list(set(original_list)) 02. Using a Loop Iterate through the original list and append elements to a new list only if they haven't been added before. Solution: original_list = [2, 4, 6, 2, 8, 6, 10] unique_list = [] for item in original_list:     if item not in unique_list:         unique_list.append(item) 03. Using List Comprehension Create a new list using a list comprehension that includes only the elements not already present in the new list. Solution: original_list = [2, 4, 6, 2, 8, 6, 10] unique_list = [] [unique_list.append(item) for item in original_list if item not in unique_list] All three methods will result in uni

4 Key features to know in Industrial IoT

The Industrial Internet is somewhat similar to the Internet of Things (IoT), sometimes even referred to as the “Industrial Internet of Things”.
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The general idea behind the IoT

It is that many hi-tech and simple electronic devices would become interconnected with M2M (Machine-to-Machine) protocols, and therefore remotely controlled and relaying data to each other, without any manual input, or even equipped with ambient intelligence.

Role of Smart Phones

This idea is currently used in smart houses, and many seek wider applications. Its industrial counterpart can be viewed more from a resource and manufacturing perspective.


We can currently see such trends in mining, with automated trains, robotic hauling trucks, excavators, drills, and mineral processing plants, including remote fault, and malfunction control, calibration, and configuration for increased efficiency.


Despite the current and constant need for “on-site” human workers and operators, the trend is moving towards eliminating the human factor to the required minimum, thus a single central operation control room could remotely operate and supervise several operation sites. Human operators could also be issued with remote ATLAS-like humanoid substitutes if necessary.


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