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README.md

scipy-optimize

This is a short course about fitting models with the scipy.optimize module.

To use the module, please refer to the associated website

For documentation see paper

The module uses the Carpentries lesson template.

Contributing

Contributing to the module

Contributions, corrections and improvements are welcome through a pull request against the repository at https://github.com/arokem/scipy-optimize

Reporting issues or problems with the module and seeking support

Issues and problems with the module, as well as requests for support, should be submitted using the GitHub repo Issues page at: https://github.com/arokem/scipy-optimize/issues

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