Desenvolvido por:   Universidade Wesleyan

  • Bill Boyd

    Ministrado por:    Bill Boyd, Visiting Associate Professor and Visiting Scholar

    Quantitative Analysis Center
LevelBeginner
Commitment4 weeks of study, 4-5 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
User Ratings
4.4 stars
Average User Rating 4.4See what learners said
Programa

Perguntas frequentes
Como funciona
Trabalho
Trabalho

Cada curso é como um livro didático interativo, com vídeos pré-gravados, testes e projetos.

Ajuda dos seus colegas
Ajuda dos seus colegas

Conecte-se com milhares de outros aprendizes, debata ideias, discuta sobre os materiais do curso e obtenha ajuda para dominar conceitos.

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Certificados

Obtenha reconhecimento oficial pelo seu trabalho e compartilhe seu sucesso com amigos, colegas e empregadores.

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Universidade Wesleyan
At Wesleyan, distinguished scholar-teachers work closely with students, taking advantage of fluidity among disciplines to explore the world with a variety of tools. The university seeks to build a diverse, energetic community of students, faculty, and staff who think critically and creatively and who value independence of mind and generosity of spirit.
Classificações e avaliações
Avaliado em 4.4 de 5 decorrente de 319 avaliações

Great course material

Pros: I liked the programming examples and problems approach. I learned a lot, and feel confident to use python in future for more complicated scientific computing.

cons: The videos were too long, and I found I had all the info in the examples. I would have liked more guidance on how to build up simple structured programmes - the final assignment you have a giant programme already built, whereas you could have set some exercises for "split this code into two subroutines that handle different jobs".

The autograder was really frustrating (sorry, I know it must be difficult to make something fair and automatic), but the great thing about a compiler or running a program is that you get to see the errors. The autograder just says "3 errors", and the problem turns out to be nothing to do with my program, which already produces the desired output.

Very good course, lesson are clear and the teacher explain very well. I'll follow up the next course

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