Highlights from the 1,339 new titles added to the O’Reilly collection this month include these resources for managing and modeling data…
- The Microsoft Excel Data Analysis Toolkit Bundle by Simon IT
- How to Visualize Data with D3 by Elisabeth Robson
- Python for Data Analysis, Third Edition by Wes McKinney
- Data Lakes For Dummies by Alan Simon
- Big Data by Eglantine Schmitt — “Grounded in epistemology and science and technology studies, Big Data offers a reflection on data in general, and on how they help us to better understand reality and decide on our daily actions.”
- Big Data Analytics for Internet of Things by Tausifa Saleem
- Big Data Science in Finance by Irene Aldridge
- Azure Data Factory by Example: Practical Implementation for Data Engineers by Richard Swinbank
- Applied Modeling Techniques and Data Analysis 1 and Applied Modeling Techniques and Data Analysis 2 by Yannis Dimotikalis
- Applied Regression Modeling, Third Edition by Iain Pardoe
- Analytics and Big Data for Accountants, Second Edition by Jim Lindell
- Agricultural Informatics by Amitava Choudhury
- Advanced Forecasting with Python: With State-of-the-Art-Models Including LSTMs, Facebook’s Prophet, and Amazon’s DeepAR by Joos Korstanje
- Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures by Marcello La Rocca
Also, ideas for craftmanship, whether you are coding, smithing, or bookbinding.
- Clean Craftsmanship: Disciplines, Standards, and Ethics by Robert Martin — “consistently write code that builds trust instead of undermining it”
- A Modern Guide to Knifemaking by Laura Zerra
- Adventures in Bookbinding by Jeannine Stein
And, rethinking approaches to philanthropy.
- Delusional Altruism by Kris Putnam-Walkerly — “common practices that hinder transformational change and…how to avoid them, ensuring that your gifts help create the impact you seek”
- Decolonizing Wealth, Second Edition by Edgar Villanueva — “analysis of the racist colonial dynamics at play in philanthropy and finance into other sectors and…practical advice on how anyone can be a healer”
All O’Reilly titles have unlimited access for the USF community. Infrequently, O’Reilly removes titles from the collection. For technical assistance in reading eBooks, read our guide Using Ebooks.