We'd like to solicit image contributions that can help learners better understand and remember the material presented in the lesson. Examples of possible contributions include visuals explaining the structure of for loops, if statements (indentation, keywords, ...), structure of NumPy arrays, and so on. If you took our lesson in the past and found it lacking visuals that could've helped you better understand and remember the material, now is the perfect time to contribute to the lesson either by letting us know about it (in this issue) or submitting a Pull Request.
If you'd like to work on or submit a figure (image, chart, etc), please start a new issue explaining how your visual will improve learners' understanding and (a rough draft of) an image, if you've got one.
If you'd don't have an image handy but know a place in the lesson where one is needed - please let us know about it below.
Good image description (also known as alternative text) is as important as the image itself. Therefore, we'd like to extend this Call with a Call for Contributions: image descriptions & titles (#781). If you'd like to improve the description of any of our images, please submit a pull request or leave a comment in #781.