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JavaScript for Data Science

Chapman & Hall/CRC (Verlag)
Erschienen am 3. Februar 2020
244 Seiten
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Written by two very experienced instructors, with more than thirty years of teaching experience between them; Presents material that is grounded in practical applications that are representative of the problems researchers encounter in real life; Teaches readers the core features of modern JavaScript; Covers programming with callbacks and promises; Describes how to build data services and data visualization;
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Toby Hodges is a bioinformatician turned community coordinator, working on the Bio-IT
Project at EMBL. He teaches a lot of courses in computing, organizes a lot of communitybuilding
events, listens to a lot of punk rock, and occasionally still finds time to write code
and ride his bike. Toby would like to thank his wife for her support and patience while he
swore about how annoying JavaScript is to debug.
Greg Wilson has worked for 35 years in both industry and academia, and is the author or
editor of several books on computing and two for children. He co-founded [Software
Carpentry][carpentries], a non-profit organization that teaches basic computing skills to
researchers, and is now part of the education team at RStudio.
Introduction. Basic Features. Callbacks. Objects and Classes. HTML and CSS. Manipulating Pages. Dynamic Pages. Visualizing Data. Promises. Interactive Sites. Managing Data. Creating a Server. Testing. Capstone Project. Conclusion

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