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  • This class often lets you choose which programming language you want to use, as long as your code can be run on patas. Java, Perl, Lisp, Python, C# (Mono), C, C++, and others (?) are all installed and available for you to use so choose the one that you're most comfortable with.

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  • This class requires programming in Python (check if still true for your quarter). Use a graphical debugger such as in an Integrated Development Environment. The free 'IDLE' may not be adequate. Better options include ActiveState Komodo and Eclipse.

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  • For folks planning to use Python :
  • Please take the time to get familiar with numpy . It is very useful for matrix computations, constructing confusion matrices and computing accuracy. The numpy example list is a very useful resource. The functions numpy.zeros((x,y)), array.sum, array.trace are particularly useful.
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