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matplotlib for machine learning

Matplotlib for Machine Learning

Learn the basics of matplotlib in 1h. You'll make your first plots with a toy machine learning example.

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Numpy Crash Course for Machine Learning

Learn the minimum numpy needed to get started with machine learning (1h course)

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Python Crash Course for Machine Learning

You want to get started with machine learning but you don't know python? You're at the right place! (1h course)

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Jupyter Notebooks in Web Pages

Learn how to integrate jupyter notebooks in a web page, and how to highlight code and show nice equations.

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Welcome to the New Blog!

This blog is now powered by django and wagtail, and is now hosted at my place. Here's what I did.

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Data pipeline with Docker, InfluxDB, and Grafana

Set up a typical data pipeline as may be used in experimental science and IOT, with Docker, InfluxDB, and Grafana.

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CUDA kernels in python

Write your own CUDA kernels in python to accelerate your computing on the GPU. Notebook ready to run on the Google Colab platform

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Boost python with your GPU (numba+CUDA)

Use python to drive your GPU with CUDA for accelerated, parallel computing. Notebook ready to run on the Google Colab platform

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Make python fast with numba

Python is an interpreted language, so it's flexible and easy to use, but it can be slow. Learn how to make it 100 times faster by compiling it for your machine, with just one line of additional code. Notebook ready to run on the Google Colab platform

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Fighting Bugs in Python

Everybody writes bugs. Let's see how to make sure they don't live long with debugging and unit tests. Introduction to pdb and unittest and a few advices for easy and reliable development.

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