This week on Talk Julia, David and Randy discuss the a cuter alternative to the Iris dataset for teaching machine learning: PalmerPenguin.jl. We also dive into some awesome features of Julia's package manager — namely stacked environments — an awesome You Tube channel for learning Julia, and what the difference between
import is when importing a package into your project.
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- Julia in the classroom
- PalmerPenguins.jl GitHub Repository
- The Most Underrated Feature of the Julia Language, the Package Manager by Logan Kilpatrick
- Working With Environments (Julia Docs)
- Environment Stacks (Julia Docs)
- JULIA_LOAD_PATH Environment Variable (Julia Docs)
- Julia For Talented Amateurs (YouTube)
- Using and Import (Julia Docs)