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Introduction to Python for Econometrics, Statistics and Numerical Analysis

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Introduction to Python for Econometrics, Statistics and Numerical Analysis
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Number of pages: 281

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Python is a widely used general purpose programming language, which happens to be well suited to Econometrics and other more general purpose data analysis tasks. These notes provide an introduction to Python for a beginning programmer. They may also be useful for an experienced Python programmer interested in using NumPy, SciPy, and matplotlib for numerical and statistical analaysis.

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