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Python programming from Brian Spiering

1.54MB. 0 audio & 9 images. Updated 2018-09-14.
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Covers beginning to advanced topics with a focus on idiomatic Python and data processing

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Front np.vstack
Back Take a sequence of arrays and stack them vertically to make a single array. 
Front Divide r by 3 "in place".r = 12
Back r /= 3
Front Get list of keywords
Back help('keywords')

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Really thorough and well organized.

Thanks Brian!
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Very detailed and greatly organized!!
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good for me
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Great effort, very useful
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Awesome job! Thanks
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very concise and useful
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Great selection of topics
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very organised , thanks
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