I published a Free & Open Source book to Learn Python 3. It includes a nice website for online reading and PDF for offline reading. Any feedback is highly appreciated.

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    📖🐍 Free & Open Source book to master Python 3. Also available: PDF & Web Interface. (by animator)

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    Create book from markdown files. Like Gitbook but implemented in Rust

    separate out chapters to different pages for the online version (you can use tools like mdBook for this purpose)

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  • Machine-Learning

    My book: Statistics - New Foundations, Toolbox, and Machine Learning Recipes. (by VincentGranville)

    Thank you for sharing! Am I the only one who never learned tu-ples, lists, dictionaries, arrays and so on yet able to write some rather sophisticated Python code without really understanding the data structures that I use? See my GitHub repository at https://github.com/VincentGranville/Machine-Learning, full of Python code. I play with data structures the same way I play with grammar in English: I do it successfully, without knowing the rules or the inner workings.

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