Maybe my question isn’t in the appropriate category but I wanted to make the linear algebra course from @rachel my next step once this deep learning course ends.
I had few questions regarding the course tho:
- Will there be a linear algebra course v2 in a near future or should I jump right in the v1?
- Does this course teach how to read math “Greek letters”? By that I mean I want to be able to read a scientific paper math literature (for which I struggle a lot nowadays). Or will it just teach the intuition + the steps to apply our knowledge in python only?
I’m also looking for a course which shows how to implement a paper with dense math literature. Like implementing a paper step by step, coming back and forth to the paper and linking the code to the maths.
Coming from a CS background I find easier for me to jump right on a paper implementation but if you ask me: “Take this paper and do a code implementation” where the code is for now not implemented yet, chances are I won’t be able to do it. I know @jeremy covered this quickly in part 2 v1 of the deep learning course but I feel like it was covered too fast. I hope he will cover that essential topic in more depth for part 2 v2 .
Thanks again for these amazing courses