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ewigej

  • 5 years ago

hey guys! I'm on problem set 0 and it says the instructions on installing Python are covered in handouts.. is there any way to obtain by downloading any of handouts?

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  1. Keen
    • 5 years ago
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    Go to the lectures section on the site and start watching the first lecture, one of the tabs below the video has the handouts for that video.

  2. somnamniac
    • 5 years ago
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    Actually, I think that pdf is at the top of the assignments page.

  3. Keen
    • 5 years ago
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    Oh right, for the first lecture they're with the assignmments. The later lectures have the handouts on the 'Related Resources' tab.

  4. ewigej
    • 5 years ago
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    thanks Keen, somnamniac! Yeah now I got it, the handouts are available starting from the lecture 2 in the "Related Resources" tab. Funny thing to say, at first I started to make a Transcription of the lecture, I transcripted like 20 minutes than I saw the "Trascript" tab.. The professor was talking about making notes and I'm trying to figure out how do I make notes. First it was 100% exact words retyping.. now I guess i just write whatever pumps in my head during watching the video.. Another thing: is it as good to type notes as it is to write down on a piece of paper? Anyway I thinks this project is so great, I do hope it will always last to be reached openly and free..

  5. Keen
    • 5 years ago
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    I haven't read any studies, but I think that writing is better than typing. Depends on how you work though.

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