[Numpy-discussion] 100 Numpy exercices
Nicolas P. Rougier
Nicolas.Rougier at inria.fr
Thu May 29 07:32:14 EDT 2014
Thanks for reminded me about this great tool.
I intended to use it after I get all 100 exercises but it really helps track errors quickly.
I will now use it to keep a notebook up to date with each commit .
On 28 May 2014, at 23:46, Valentin Haenel <valentin at haenel.co> wrote:
> Hi Nicolas,
> * Nicolas Rougier <Nicolas.Rougier at inria.fr> [2014-05-27]:
>> I've updated the numpy exercices collection and made it available on
>> github at:
>> These exercices mainly comes from this mailing list and also from
>> stack overflow. If you have other examples in mind, do not hesitate to
>> make a pull request. The master and archmaster sections still need to
>> be populated...
>> Once finished, I'll make an ipython notebook as well.
> It's so cool that this stuff has made it to github! The first time
> you showed me these exercises last year, I did attempt to auto-convert
> it it IPython notebook. It just so happens that I resurrected the
> conversion tool quite recently and pushed it to github today:
> With a little bit of tweaking a la:
> $ sed s/code/code-block/
> I managed to get the result:
> And all in all, this a) looks pretty good, except for the introduction
> and b) hints at some errors that might still be lingering.
> Hope it helps!
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