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Why You Should Use Logzero as a Logger in Your Data Science Projects

Logging is a sort of improvement for python print statements. Let’s see why, and how the great logzero package helps to make easy and nice logs.

Thibaud Lamothe
May 31, 2020 · 5 min read

Printing or Logging?

print(‘Hello World!’)

The power of Logzero

Logzero logo

Installation

First log

Logzero colored logs

Specify the log level

Setting loglevel to warning

Saving logs

Custom logs

Using the DEFAULT_FORMAT formatted log
Using the CUSTOM_FORMAT formatted log

When using logs?

Displaying a translation process in console with logzero

Conclusion

Resources

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Thibaud Lamothe

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Data Scientist @ Intermarché, from Paris | visit my website www.etomal.com

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