[WSSSPE] ANN: "Effective Computation in Physics" Released, 50% Off until Friday July 17th
scopatz at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 18:59:12 PDT 2015
We are ecstatic to announce the release of the first edition of *Effective
Computation in Physics - Field Guide to Research with Python*
<http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920033424.do>, published by O'Reilly
*You (or your students and colleagues) can even get a 50% discount if you
grab it before July 17th using the code: WKPYDP
This book was heavily inspired by Software Carpentry. Though it draws on
many examples from the physical sciences, many of the topics and chapters
are broadly applicable to all of scientific computing. We hope that you'll
find it useful even if your domain is biological, chemical, or mathematical
For more information, please check out:
- The website: http://physics.codes/
- The summary post at Software Carpentry:
- The lightning talk announcement at SciPy 2015:
Don't hesitate to contact us via email at authors at physics.codes or on
twitter @physics_codes <https://twitter.com/physics_codes> with any
questions or concerns that you have.
Accompanying Jupyter Notebooks for all of the code in the book can be found
on GitHub at https://github.com/physics-codes/examples released under the
Please remember to review the book and give feedback online once you have
finished reading it. We truly appreciate it, no matter what you say.
Sorry if you received this announcement multiple times. We promise this
will be the only time we ever send out such an announcement.
We couldn't have done it without you!
Katy Huff & Anthony Scopatz
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