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Scientific Python

Think Python

My favorite book on introduction to Python. Printed version published by O'Reilly, pdf officially downloadable from here: http://www.greenteapress.com/thinkpython/

The Scipy Lectures

H. P. Langtangen: "A Primer on Scientific Programming with Python"

Hans Petter Langtangen has written two excellent books on Scientific Programming with Python. The one I use in my courses is A primer on Scientific Programming with Python, which is also available in the university library.

UPDATE: Hans Petter passed away on Oct. 10, 2016 at 54 because of cancer.
This makes me very sad. I would have loved to meet him once.

All his web pages at University Oslo have been removed.

Slides from INF1100 Lectures (H. P. Langtangen) Sept. - Nov. 2011

Installation

Just install Anaconda3 Python distribution.

Simon Funke: "Higher Level Programming"

Simon Funke <simon at simula.no>, UiO (University of Oslo), Simula Research Lab

:!: The great teaching material on “Higher Level Programming” can be found on https://uio-inf3331.github.io/

“The lecture was initially created by Hans Petter Langtangen and extended by Joakim Sundnes, Ola Skavhaug, Jonathan Feinberg, Karl-Erik Holter, Vidar Tonaas Fauske, Benjamin Ragan-Kelley and Simon Funke. It is being taught on a yearly basis at University of Oslo under the name INF3331/INF4331.” (Cited from the Github repo)

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