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I am writing a Julia book

Lee Phillips
February 23rd, 2021

The preliminary title is Applied Julia.

The book will be designed to get research scientists who have no knowledge of Julia up and running with the language, and able to use it in their work.

It will be published by No Starch Press, and I hope to have it out before the end of the year.

I am keenly interested in suggestions of any kind, especially from scientists who either use Julia or are thinking about it. Are there topics that you would like to see included? Things you think I should know about? Please comment below.

Here is the working table of contents:

  1. Preliminaries
  1. Introduction
  2. Installation
  3. The Julia Coding Environment
  1. The Language
  1. Language Basics
  2. Using Modules
  3. Making Graphs and Pictures
  4. More about the Language
  5. The Type System
  6. Multiple Dispatch
  7. The Magic of Code Mashups
  1. Detailed Applications
  1. Examples from Physics
  2. Examples from Biology
  3. Applications in Math
  4. Machine Learning
  5. Statistics
  6. Image, Sound, and Signal Processing
  7. Parallel Processing

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