[Numpy-discussion] Teaching Array Languages

Steven H. Rogers steve@shrogers....
Sat Mar 10 15:43:49 CST 2007


Sebastian Haase wrote:
> Sorry for being so dense - what do the numbers mean ?
> S.H.
> 
Sorry for being unclear.  The numbers are the number of responses for 
the category.  There were 7 total responses for NumPy, all at the 
college/university level, and 3 respondents cited physics/astronomy as 
the subject area, etc.
> 
> On 3/10/07, Steven H. Rogers <steve@shrogers.com> wrote:
>> Thanks to all who responded to my question about teaching array
>> programming.  I've compiled a brief summary of the responses.
>>
>> NumPy
>> =====
>> * Subject
>>   - Physics/Astronomy 3
>>   - Biotechnology 1
>>   - Engineering 2
>>   - Microeconomics 1
>> * Level
>>   - College/University 7
>>
>> J
>> =
>> * Subject
>>   - Math 1
>>   - Engineering 1
>>   - Technical English
>> * Level
>>   - College/University 3
>>   -
>>
>> Mathematica
>> ===========
>> * Subject
>>   - Math 1
>> * Level
>>   - College/University 1
>>
>> Matlab
>> ======
>> * Subject
>>   - Engineering 1
>>
>> IDL
>> ===
>> * Subject
>>   - Physics/Astronomy 2
>> * Level
>>   - College/University 2
>>
>> Discussion
>> ==========
>> While this informal survey is neither precise nor comprehensive, I think
>> it is interesting.  I queried the NumPy/SciPy and J mailing lists
>> because those are the ones that I follow.  A more rigorous and broadly
>> distributed survey may be in order.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Steve
>>
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