Will it benefit me having a portfolio alongside my cv?

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    scikit-learn: machine learning in Python

    I say 'usually' because it depends on what you're referring to as 'coding'. From what you're describing, it seems that you want to be able to take data, clean it up and perform a whole bunch of analysis/inferences on it. In that case, I think the coding skill there would be stuff that allows you to do data manipulation and data clean up (knowledge of R, knowing Python as it pertains to data stuff e.g. scikit learning). Knowing how to build an App would not necessarily be a selling skill

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