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This book would make a good chapter in another book, but weighing in at 57 pages (including the O'Reilly intro explanation and about) you don't get a lot for your money.
What you do get would make a great tutorial for a non-computational undergraduate, but this is a far cry from being a reference text - or something I would want to keep on a book shelf.
The book also includes black and white images, from which the author continuously points out 'the orange circles' or 'different colored dots'. The reader is left with only a very vague idea of what some of the diagrams intend to convey.
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Initial post: 9 Jul 2013 16:54:07 BDT
wow 57 pages.... don't see how you can cover much at all in that!
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