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If you want to learn linear algebra by coding in python, this is hands down the best book out there.

Coding the Matrix - Philip Klein [0]

It used to have a Coursera course, but I think it's been taken down. The website has videos of the course taught at Brown I think.

The associated website is: http://codingthematrix.com

[0] https://www.amazon.com/Coding-Matrix-Algebra-Applications-Co...




The course is available here: http://academictorrents.com/details/54cd86f3038dfd446b037891...

It is legal, not a pirated version.


That was a great course! I'm glad it's still accessible. I was not aware of this resource for courses. There was a fantastic course on probability from the University of Pennsylvania that disappeared when Coursera went through a change a few years ago. Maybe I can find that one there too. Thanks for the link.


Did you find the Upenn course on probability? I have been looking for it for a long time. The professor was absolutely brilliant.




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