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Last Updated on: August 16, 2012

In this new section I would like to gather information about free and open resources which I have found on Internet.

I want to continue updating the page, then if you know any worthy link which you consider interesting, please let me know 🙂

Online courses:

  • Coursera: Fantastic tool to learn a range of high quality subjects from top Universities like Princeton University, Stanford University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, and University of Pennsylvania. I am following the Machine Learning course given by Stanford University and I cannot be more happy. It was really helpful and enjoyable. I personally recommend it.
  • Udacity: Another platform that seems very promising. I have never taken a course but I think it is worthy to take a look.
  • edX: From MITx and Harvard University a new platform is going to be release in autumn. I am really looking forward to knowing more.

Online books:

  • The elements of statistical learning: Downloadable version available from the Author web page (Trevor Hastie). An advance book that cover a high range of topics like regression, clustering, classification, kernel methods.

Learning videos:

Free papers:

  • Free full PDFs: Over 80 million of free scientific publications about life sciences, health, physics and engineering and social sciences and humanitie.
  • PubMed: biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books.

GIS data:

  •  GIS Data: GIS Data Depot with numerous data holdings are available for free download.
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