|Python Tools for Scientists (No Starch Press)|
|Wednesday, 08 February 2023|
This book, subtitled "An Introduction to Using Anaconda, JupyterLab, and Python's Scientific Libraries", provides an introduction to Python and its most popular tools for scientists and engineers for research, simulations, and collaboration. Lee Vaughan introduces tools including Anaconda, Spyder, Jupyter Notebooks, JupyterLab, and numerous Python libraries.
The book covers using Python for tasks such as creating visualizations, representing geospatial information, simulating natural events, and manipulating numerical data. Having shown how to set up an optimal programming environment with Anaconda, the book goes on to a fast-paced Python primer, after which comes a tour of scientific tools and libraries like scikit-learn and seaborn for manipulating and visualizing data, and for analyzing it with machine learning algorithms.
Author: Lee Vaughan
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