[Numpy-discussion] Tutorial in Numerical Python? (fwd)

Fredrik Stenberg su96-fst at nada.kth.se
Wed Dec 13 06:24:14 CST 2000


	I took the liberty to forward your email to
numpy-discussion at lists.sourceforge.net.

The only document i know of is located at the Python
homepage http://numpy.sourceforge.net.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: 13 Dec 2000 11:27:08 +0000
From: José Luis Gómez Dans <j.l.gomez-dans at sheffield.ac.uk>
Newsgroups: comp.lang.python
Subject: Tutorial in Numerical Python?

        I am wondering whether such a thing exists. Is there a nice
tutorial for NumPy that guides you through the basic steps? Say, a
little hands-on introduction to Linear Algebra, Transforms and
possibly the inclusion of some of the graphic modules?

        There are some willing students to be converted around these
parts, and a hands-on tutorial would be great. Unfortunately, I am a
beginner in these waters myself, but can see the opportunity for this.

        Thanks in advance,
José L Gómez Dans			PhD student
Tel: +44 114 222 5582			Radar & Communications Group
FAX; +44 870 132 2990			Department of Electronic Engineering
					University of Sheffield UK

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