Dip your feet into the amazing world of using Python code to understand vectors and matrices.
What you'll learn:
- Introduction to Python (no previous experience necessary!)
- How to use Python online (no installation necessary!)
- The basics of linear algebra
- How to use Python to learn mathematics
This course provides an introduction to using Python to learn linear algebra. It is designed for people who have no (or little)previous exposure to Python or to linear algebra.
What is linear algebra?
Linear algebra is the branch of mathematics that deals with vectors and matrices. Avector is a list of numbers, and a matrix is a spreadsheet of numbers.
That sounds really simple, but linear algebra is at the heart of nearly all applied mathematics, including statistics, machine learning, AI, deep learning, image processing, telecommunications, video games, computer graphics, biomedical signal processing, and the list goes on and on...
Why use Python to learn linear algebra?
Many people find math difficult but coding easier. You will be amazed at how much better you can learn math by using Python as a tool.
What will you learn in this course?
You will learn the basics of getting started with using Python and with using Python to learn mathematics. You'll see an overview of the major topics in linear algebra, although Ido not go into a lot of depth on any particular topic.
By the end of this course, you will know enough to decide whether you want to learn more about Python and math.
What do you need to know before enrolling?
Well, you need to know how to use a computer. But you don't need to know anything about computer programming or linear algebra. The only thing you really *need*for this course is the willingness to dedicate 2-3 hours of your time to learning something new.
What do you have to lose?
The entire course takes 2-3 hours to complete (2 hours of video content, and about an hour to complete the practice problems). This is a great way to see whether you want to continue studying Python for math and linear algebra. And if you decide that this isn't right for you, then you only spent a few hours on it, rather than investing in tens of hours and money. Really, you have nothing to lose!
Who is your instructor?
Ihave been teaching data analysis, scientific programming, statistics, and signal processing for almost 20 years. I have several best-seller courses here on Udemy and my courses have well over 10,000 high-ranked reviews (don't believe me -- check out the reviews on this and my other courses!). Itake online teaching seriously (although Ilet a few jokes slip through now and then...), and I remain actively involved in making sure my courses are high quality and up-to-date.