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Delia Wheeler

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Learn Python Django - A Hands-On Course
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Meaning superior to C, of course 😜
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Deborah P

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Make the most of #Matplotlib
 
#Python developers who want to learn Matplotlib should check out this free eBook - http://bit.ly/Free-Tech-Learning (available only today).

This book is a step-by-step tutorial to the Python 2D plotting library Matplotlib, which teaches you from the ground up to advanced levels with plenty of examples, code, and images.

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There are already a fair number of books about Numpy (see Bibliography) and a legitimate question is to wonder if another book is really necessary. As you may have guessed by reading these lines, my personal answer is yes, mostly because I think there is room for a different approach concentrating ...
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excellent work! very useful.
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Cristian Garcia

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Checkout Phi 0.5.0 with its new syntax for functional programming in Python!

https://github.com/cgarciae/phi
phi - Functional Programming + Python - Pain
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Pawel Lachowicz

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The magnitude and importance of random numbers in finance does not have to be explained. We need them. Either it is an option pricing or a Monte Carlo simulation, random numbers are with us. However, we make a trade-off: the speed in their generation versus uniqueness. That is why a widely accepted
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Thomas Caswell

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We are happy to announce matplotlib v2.0.0rc1 !

This is the first release candidate for the long delayed v2.0 release. For the full details of
what is new please see http://matplotlib.org/2.0.0rc1/users/whats_new.html . Some of the highlights:

- new default styles ( http://matplotlib.org/2.0.0rc1/users/dflt_style_changes.html )
- default font include most western alphabets
- performance improvements in text and image rendering
- vastly improved log scale ticks
- many bug fixes and documentation improvements

Please help us by testing the release candidate. To make this easy we
have provided both wheels and conda packages for mac, linux and
windows. You can install pre-releases via pip:

pip install --pre matplotlib

or via conda:

conda install -c conda-forge/label/rc -c conda-forge matplotlib

For more details see http://matplotlib.org/style_changes.html . [1]

Report any issues to https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/issues
or matplotlib-users@python.org .

The target for v2.0 final is around late Dec 2016/early Jan 2017. We
anticipate there being at least 1 more release candidate.

This is the work of over 200 individual code contributors and many
more who took part in the discussions, tested the beta releases, and
reported bug reports. Thank you to everyone who contributed!


http://matplotlib.org/style_changes.html

Matplotlib v2.0¶. Changing the default colors and style of matplotlib has proven to be a much larger task than initially thought, but we are finally approaching the release. For the full details of what has been changed see a draft of the release notes. The current pre-release is v2.0.0rc1.
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Krish Singh

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Python Programmer
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Looks more like "Cobra Commander"
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Sajjit Thampy

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http://bayesianthink.blogspot.com/2017/01/the-bacteria-division-puzzle.html#.WHzuEnUrKbk

Estimating survival probability for a single cell bacteria.
probability, python, survival analysis, books probability, amoeba survival, bacteria survival
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Paul Barnes

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Just an oldish guy trying to keep up with Science and Python as my tool. (I'm 58 in March 2017).
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60 is the new 40!
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Krish Singh

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Complete Python Programming with examples for beginners
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Anthony Scopatz
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Podcast episode about conda & conda-forge
Talk Python To Me is a podcast for developers who are passionate about Python. Learn about the language and related technologies.
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Anthony Scopatz
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Super congrats to all who helped with the new SymPy paper in PeerJ!
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Congrats, and thanks for sharing! This looks awesome!
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dunebook.com

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5 BEST OPEN SOURCE PYTHON PROJECTS

Presenting List of 5 Best Open source python projects . you can learn alot form these open source python projects .you can also contribute to python projects
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This article will guide you through creating a perceptron in Python without any advanced mathematical theory, and in less than 60 lines of code.
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Cristian Garcia

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Hello everyone. I recently released Phi: a library for functional programming with a small DSL with the purpose of making functional programming in python as painless as possible.

Feedback is very much appreciated!
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Leonardo Uieda

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+Fatiando a Terra v0.5 is out! See what's new in the open-source +Python library for geophysics at http://www.fatiando.org/changelog.html#version-0-5

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Lena Ruchko

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Why is Python one of the highest-paying skills? Would like to hear your thoughts

We recently did an in-depth research on Python to find out what makes this language popular and how much Python engineers make in different US states. We also tried to estimate how many Python developers there are in the world. The findings you can check here: https://www.daxx.com/article/python-developer-salary-usa
What makes Python popular? What is the average Python developer salary in the US? And how many Python programmers are there in the world?
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