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NumPy 1.5 Beginner's Guide

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NumPy is the fundamental package needed for scientific computing with Python. 'NumPy 1.5' will teach you about NumPy from scratch. It includes everything from installation, functions, matrices and modules to testing, all explained with appropriate examples.
Paperback, 234 pages
Published November 8th 2011 by Packt Publishing
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Gokhan
Dec 27, 2011 Gokhan rated it it was amazing
This new NumPy book provides an easy start to NumPy for those who want to churn numbers in Python programming language, whether you don't have much programming background or you are switching from your favorite language. The author of the book uses quite a friendly tone throughout the book. Most of the important aspects of NumPy is well covered with well explained examples. The examples provided are step by step explained, starting from the basic array/matrix creation to more complex tasks like ...more
Justglowing
Dec 29, 2011 Justglowing rated it it was amazing
My impression of the book was quite positive. It's a book based on examples, which incrementally introduce all the main features of the library. It is written with a simple language and easy to understand. The text covers many topics, from the NumPy installation to the integration of NumPy with other scientific libraries as Matplotlib and SciPy.

This book is aimed at people who know Python and need to start using scientific computing in their programs. It is also suitable for people who use anoth
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Ivan Idris
Dec 26, 2011 Ivan Idris rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote this book, so I will leave the reviewing to other people.

It is the first and only book for beginners about NumPy. NumPy Beginner’s Guide is an action-packed guide for the easy-to-use, high performance, Python based free open source NumPy mathematical library using real-world examples. The book will teach you how to analyze large data sets with statistical functions and execute complex linear algebra and mathematical computations.
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Ivan Idris is the author of NumPy Beginner's Guide and NumPy Cookbook. He was born in Bulgaria from Indonesian parents. He moved to the Netherlands in the 1990s, where he graduated from high school and got a MSc in Experimental Physics.

His graduation thesis had a strong emphasis on Applied Computer Science. After graduating he worked for several companies as Java Developer, Datawarehouse Developer
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