Today we posted the first of our Jupyter Python notebooks meant as a resource to teach yourself chemistry so that you can learn to code to solve chemistry (and other science) problems.

The first workbook covers the most basic things you can do:

- how to use the Jupyter notebook environment and markdown cells;
- how to print a word, which will be useful when you want to print an answer;
- how to use the
`assert`

function to check your work.

The second workbook introduced simple mathematical calculations, that can be used in solving chemical problems:

- simple calculations;
- the
`math`

module, and mathematical functions; - variables.

We have added these resources to our Data Analysis with Jupyter Notebooks page. When you open that page you will see that we've listed a few other tutorials, which will appear in the coming weeks.

Good luck with your coding - we think it will be really useful.