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!
This is perfect, Maria!
Wish I had a big huge plotter printer at home, I would print posters to hang all around my work space.
Thanks for sharing this @maria.khoudary! It’s incredibly useful!
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!
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.
Thank you Michalis_Pagkalos. These cheat sheets are of great help!
Glad to help
I think I’m thinking along similar lines (see post)
Maybe we can merge discussions
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?
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
https://github.com/NeuromatchAcademy/resources we now have a space for sharing resources!
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!