[Numpy-discussion] NumPy Tutorials
ralf.gommers at gmail.com
Fri Apr 30 02:19:02 EDT 2021
Thanks Melissa, Ryan, Olz, Ross, and everyone else who contributed! This
site looks really nice, and the content is a big improvement on what we had
before as tutorials!
On Thu, Apr 29, 2021 at 9:39 PM Melissa Mendonça <melissawm at gmail.com>
> Hello, all!
> Recently, we added a link to NumPy Tutorials to our main page (
> This set of tutorials has been built with the collaboration of a few
> contributors, who have put effort and dedication into them. Some of this
> content was generated as part of last year's Google Season of Docs program,
> with authors kubedoc and Ryan Cooper.
> These tutorials are meant to be not only about NumPy, but about using
> NumPy to solve concrete problems, which means more flexibility in terms of
> content and dependencies for executing them. They are also executable as
> Jupyter Notebooks, and contributors can submit their content as notebooks.
> This hopefully means a lower barrier of entry for some people, and allows
> us to have interactive materials online (with Binder). We also have a
> dedicated tutorials section in our main documentation, which should serve a
> different purpose (for example, focusing on concepts and operations
> specific to NumPy).
> The Documentation Team is growing and we would be delighted to have your
> help. If you have comments, suggestions for improvements or other content,
> please open an issue or PR in the https://github.com/numpy/numpy-tutorials
> Special thanks to Ross Barnowski who has also put a lot of work into this
> new site.
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