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    • Toan Phung's avatar
      02-numpy.md: Update numpy.diff example to use patient data (#782) · fab35842
      Toan Phung authored
      * Update 02-numpy.md
      
      Changing `numpy.diff` example to use data from the inflammation dataset.
      
      As well as adding introduction to usage `axis` parameter of `numpy.diff` in the 2D multi-dimensinal array.
      
      * Update 02-numpy.md
      
      Change `row_start` variable name to `patient3_week1`.
      
      Modify wording for the 2D array `numpy.diff` example question.
      
      * Adding decimer indicator for number within numpy array
      
      * Add printing statement for viewing of patient3_week1 data
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    • Steve Schmerler's avatar
      02-numpy: clarify numpy.diff() part (#777) · b69e0cc2
      Steve Schmerler authored
      * 02-numpy: clarify numpy.diff() part
      
      Using a variable called `npdiff` to hold an array is highly confusing,
      given that the function to be learned here is called {numpy,np}.diff().
      
      Also, stress that the array returned by `diff()` is shorter by one.
      
      * 02-numpy: diff(): rename variable, streamline text
      
      Rename variable `a` -> `row_start` and add text relating that to the
      `data` array encountered earlier.
      
      The text part about "patient data is _longitudinal_" is redundant since
      that answers the question posed later regarding the usage of the `axis`
      keyword. It intoduces the usage of `axis`, while the following intro to
      diff() first uses a 1d array.
      
      * 02-numpy: diff(): Re-add introduction lines
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    • Maxim Belkin's avatar
      setup.md: reorganize and update (#778) · 82d38b14
      Maxim Belkin authored
      + Add "Overview" section
      + Reorder items in the "Launch Python Interpreter" section
      + Move instructions from "Navigate to the data folder" to the previous section
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    • Ann Gledson's avatar
      Update 04-lists.md (#763) · 3ebde28d
      Ann Gledson authored
      * Update 04-lists.md
      
      I think it's good to repeat the explanation of behaviour caused by (attempted) copying and then modifying the list in place. From teaching this several times, I think it would help to notify the learner that the use of append here is a second, similar example to what we saw earlier with the salsa list.
      
      * Update 04-lists.md
      
      Replaced brackets with back-ticks and added comma.
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    • Chris Cooling's avatar
      02-numpy.md: Clarification of 1.0 v 1. (#760) · c8c37673
      Chris Cooling authored
      * Clarification of 1.0 v 1.
      
      The previous explanation implies that Python will always print 1.0 as "1." when there's nothing after the decimal point. However, this is specific to numpy. For example, the statement "print(1.0)" will print "1.0" and not "1.". I also clarified the space saved was on the screen (rather than in memory for example).
      
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