Top 10 Books To Learn Python | Best Books For Python

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This Edureka video on 'Best Books for Python' will suggest to you what we think are the best books for Python, even if you are an experienced programmer or a complete beginner. Below are the topics covered in this video:

This Edureka video on ‘Best Books for Python’ will suggest to you what we think are the best books for Python, even if you are an experienced programmer or a complete beginner. Below are the topics covered in this video:

Agenda - 0:46
Why Python - 1:10
Beginner Level Books - 1:46
Domain Specific Books - 4:12
Bonus Book - 6:53

Links for the Python Books:
Learning Python by Mark Lutz:
Python Crash Course by Eric Matthews:
Think Python by Allen Downey:
Python Programming by John M Zelle:
Python in a Nutshell by Alex Martelli:
Programming Python Mark Lutz:
Effective Computation in Physics by Anthony Scopatz, Kathryn D. Huff:
Python for Data Analysis by Wes McKinney:
Python Machine Learning by Sebastian Raschka and Vahid Mirjalili:
Django for Beginners by William S. Vincent:

Violent Python by TJ O’Connor:

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