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On Sun, 16 Dec 2012 14:52:28 +0100, Ralf Gommers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Does anyone have an informed opinion on the quality of these books:
> "NumPy 1.5 Beginner's Guide", Ivan Idris,
> "NumPy Cookbook", Ivan Idris,
Some reviews on first title:
Gael noted http://scipy-lectures.github.com/ which IMHO could be more
promoted. Same for Travis' free Numpy book.
The second title is very fresh, I don't know if anyone did review, but
seems like good companion.
> "Python for Data Analysis", Wes McKinney,
This is already allover pandas, and although there is introduction to
numpy, it's more focused on pandas data object model then numpy arrays,
> "SciPy and NumPy", Eli Bressert,
This is very short introductory course to numpy and scipy in 40 pages and
next 10 pages about scikit.learn and scikit.image
> The first 5 books at
Voted answer contains great suggestions. All those books are very good
companions, especially those Springer published.
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