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Python for Data Analysis

Errata for Python for Data Analysis

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Safari Books Online
chapter 2
Chapter 2

can vs cann


Python Language Basics, IPython, and Jupyter Notebooks

Built-in Data Structures, Functions, and Files

"To check if two variables refer to the same object, use the is keyword. is not cann analogously be used to check that two objects are not the same:"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Corrected before publication. Thank you!

Anonymous  Dec 13, 2021  Aug 12, 2022
Other Digital Version
§2.3
Language Semantics\Binary operators and comparisons

"Python Language Basics, IPython, and Jupyter Notebooks
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Language Semantics
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Binary operators and comparisons
Most of the binary math operations and comparisons use familiar mathematical syntax used in other programming langauges:"

"languages" instead of "langauages"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Corrected before publication. Thank you!

Oussama Kiassi  Jan 12, 2022  Aug 12, 2022
Other Digital Version
1.2 Why Python for Data Analysis?, Solving the “Two-Language” Problem
Second paragraph

The first sentence of the paragraph lacks a verb:

"Over the last decade some new approaches to solving the "two-language" problem, such as the Julia programming language."

Note from the Author or Editor:
Corrected before publication. Thank you!

Ali Rahmjoo  Feb 15, 2022  Aug 12, 2022