[SciPy-user] Computational Economics with SciPy

Guilherme P. de Freitas guilherme@gpfreitas....
Sat Feb 7 05:20:52 CST 2009


On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 3:27 PM, Robert Kern <robert.kern@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 17:19, Guilherme P. de Freitas
> <guilherme@gpfreitas.com> wrote:
>> I don't know what's the policy for what should and what should not be
>> linked on SciPy's website, but I think these resources should
>> definitely be linked there (notably the "Cookbook" section and the
>> "Topical Software" section).
>
> I think a page describing the book and linking to its home page (not
> an Amazon link, for preference) would be good. I don't think it really
> fits into the Cookbook section, though. Hopefully, there will
> eventually be enough books to make a special category for such pages.

Here's the link to the book page:

http://johnstachurski.net/book/book.html

As for the Cookbook section, I'm sorry, I should have been more
specific. In the lectures, there are "Application" lectures, like
"Finite-state Optimal Growth"

http://johnstachurski.net/lectures/finite_growth.html

And I feel these specific application lectures could be linked under
the cookbook or topical software section. They are essentially
recipes. However, the applications often refer to the book, but it
is not strictly necessary, if you understand the problem. Just an
idea. It's just that it took me a while to find this, and there's
nothing like this in the SciPy website (which is a natural place to
search).


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