Programming help & resources

I thought this could be a place where we share programming tips & tricks. I was inspired by this tweet, that shared the link to some awesome matplotlib cheatsheets & handouts. I will definitely have these handy during the Academy!

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This is perfect, Maria!
Thanks!
Wish I had a big huge plotter printer at home, I would print posters to hang all around my work space.

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Thanks for sharing this @maria.khoudary! It’s incredibly useful! :slight_smile:

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Or a second screen! If I had two screens, posters like these could make for an awesome slideshow background.
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve looked up matplotlib’s colour options!

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Hi all,

Here is my collection of several python cheat sheets:
Python cheat sheets (Google drive)

They are quite basic but cover multiple interesting topics.
I hope you find them useful.

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Thank you Michalis_Pagkalos. These cheat sheets are of great help! :smiley: :smiley:

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Glad to help :smile:

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Hey all.

I think I’m thinking along similar lines (see post)

Maybe we can merge discussions
All best!
Anastasia

hey @abrovkin! I like the idea of compiling resources in a GitHub repo. I just wonder how valid credit assignment will be if people are sharing resources that they didn’t create themselves (e.g., like those cheatsheets I found). Is the idea to get credit just for contributing to the bank of NMA resources?

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If you find & cite resources you’ll give credit to the people who made them - I’m modelling this on other common GitHub libraries for example resulting from OHBM hackathons which handled it in the same manner.

See this example

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https://github.com/NeuromatchAcademy/resources we now have a space for sharing resources!

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I didn’t see much content being added to the main repo so I started collection resources here (Papers, tutorials, books, etc.): https://github.com/ngebodh/resources

Hope it helps!

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