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Introducing Numpy Arrays [ID:1925] (1/11)

in series: Getting Started with Numpy Arrays in Python

video tutorial by unpingco, added 04/10

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In this segment, we discuss how to create and use simple numpy arrays.

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Good video. I will continue on your series.


The video is nice introduction


Great video


3. Black Cat Tue, 18 May 2010 21:19

Useful intro to NumPy arrays. Some extra info on some basic mathematical matrix would be lovely (e.g.: function to calculate a matrix's eigenvector).


2. Eric Leventhal Arthen Mon, 26 Apr 2010 23:24

I came to the site from hearing the interviews at Python 411 podcast. I came to this NumPy series as a part of python I had heard of but knew nothing about. I found this first one a good start and will watch the other NumPy ones. Thanks for all of your efforts.


Amazing. One recommendation though, is to use LaTeX or some other type of mathematical expression utility, to explain the mathematical concepts into numpy. Also an explanation of why numeric is unnattended and the new wave is numpy, should be explained.

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