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README.md

Before you start

This site contains a set of tutorials aimed at providing an introduction to programming for beginners. The focus of the material is not on teaching the details of one programming language but rather to provide a broad overview of key concepts about programming. All tutorials use Python as the implementation language. The tutorials are intended to be especially useful for students in Social Sciences as reflected in many of the examples and applications covered.

Tutorials

  1. Preliminaries.
  2. Introduction to Programming.
  3. Values, Variables, Operators, and Functions.
  4. Iteration and Conditionals.
  5. Basics of Algorithm Implementation.
  6. Object Oriented Programming.

About

These tutorials have been developed by students at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland).

License

alt text This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Contributors

  • Toma Baev.
  • David Böckling.
  • Ryan Cheng.
  • Li An Chia.
  • Grégory Demaurex.
  • Simon Haugeberg.
  • Bryan Jacot-Descombes.
  • Konstantin Kujundzic.
  • Ee Xuan Lee.
  • Cher Lin Charis Low.
  • Samuel Quick Lynaugh.
  • Julia Matas.
  • Gustaf Wilhelm André Nordenlöw.
  • Orlando Saxer.
  • Matthias Schuch.
  • Mike Sipofo.
  • Paul Spicher.
  • Jonas Streule.
  • August Strotz.
  • Jérôme Studer.
  • Nicola Urech.
  • Aline Zimmermann.