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Learning Scientific Programming with Python
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. The core Python language I; 3. Interlude: simple plotting with pylab; 4. The core Python language II; 5. IPython and IPython notebook; 6. NumPy; 7. Matplotlib; 8. SciPy; 9. General scientific programming; Appendix A. Solutions; Index.

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Learn to master basic programming tasks from scratch with real-life scientific examples in this complete introduction to Python.

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Christian Hill is a physicist and physical chemist at University College London and the University of Oxford. He has over twenty years' experience of programming in the physical sciences and has been programming in Python for ten years. His research uses Python to produce, analyse, process, curate and visualise large data sets for the prediction of the properties of planetary atmospheres.

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'This book is well illustrated and is supported by an extensive collection of resources online in the book's website, scipython.com. This site has code listings and solutions to exercises. I would readily recommend this book to any student (or even a colleague) who wishes to achieve a solid foundation in Python programming.' Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan, Contemporary Physics
'This book is well illustrated and is supported by an extensive collection of resources online in the book's website, scipython.com. This site has code listings and solutions to exercises. I would readily recommend this book to any student (or even a colleague) who wishes to achieve a solid foundation in Python programming.' Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan, Contemporary Physics

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