This is a record of all past PLYMI releases and what went into them, in reverse chronological order.
Fixes a syntax error (missing colons) in a code snippet in a subsection about conditional expressions.
Upgrades the tools used to build PLYMI:
Adds a reading comprehension problem in the section on type-hinting
to show that
jedi provides annotation-informed autocompletion abilities in notebooks.
Updated the discussion of computing pairwise differences to account for potential floating-point edge cases that can produce “NaNs” as a result.
There is currently an incompatibility between
jedi 0.18.0 and IPython, which breaks autocompletion. See here for more details.
Added temporary callout boxes to the informal introduction to Python and to
the introduction to Jupyter notebooks, which instruct readers to remedy this by downgrading jedi.
Fixed a missing plot in the introduction to Jupyter section.
Reformatted the section on IDEs and added a description of PyLance.
Add link to PLYMI’s discussion board.
Various typo fixes. Thanks to Darshan and David!
Various typo fixes. Thanks to Patrick O’Shea and David Mascharka!
Updated some of the “backend” technologies behind PLYMI: upgraded sphinx and nbsphinx.
Fixed a broken subsection header: “Converting a Boolean Index-Array to Integer Index-Arrays: numpy.where” will now appear in the navigation bar under Module 3, Advanced Indexing.
Fixed a mistake in Working with Files where the
reported syntax for invoking
Path.mkdir() was incorrect.
Several various typo/grammar fixes. Thank you to the readers who reported these and to @davidmascharka
We’re finally keeping a formal changelog! This update includes our first discussion of features that were introduced in Python 3.8. Also includes various typo/grammar fixes.
Module 1 - Jupyter Notebooks: included a brief discussion of Jupyter lab
Module 1 - Setting Up a Development Environment: Updated IDE discussion to reflect recent improvements to VSCode for Python.
Module 5 - Writing Good Code: Added
typing.Literal, which was introduced in Python 3.8, to the discussion of type-hints .
Module 5 - Writing Good Code:
pyrightis now listed alongside
mypyas a tool for doing static type analysis.