Core

Specializations

Calculus

Prerequisites: High school algebra and trigonometry.

- If you're looking for a rigorous set of lectures, go through MIT 18.01.
- If you want to refresh your memory of calculus concepts, use Trefor Bazett's videos.
- If you are scared of calculus and want to go through as many examples as possible, use Prof Leonard's lectures.
- If you learn most when going through examples, but Prof Leonard's videos are too long for you, try Khan Academy.

Course

Year

Description

Difficulty Level

Resources

2017

Short-form videos with emphasis on simple explanations

Easy-Medium

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2012, 2014

Slow-paced long-form lectures with a lot of step-by-step examples

Easy

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2008-2014

Short-form videos with emphasis on building intuition with examples

Easy

Prerequisites: Single Variable Calculus

- Basically the same as above. One difference: if you're looking for videos that go through similar content as the MIT lectures (with similar level of rigorousness), but from a different perspective or with a different set of examples, try out Michael Penn's videos.

Course

Year

Description

Difficulty Level

Resources

2020

Short-form videos that also covers topics that a bit more challenging.

Medium

2019-2020

Short-form videos with emphasis on simple explanations

Easy-Medium

2016

Slow-paced long-form lectures with a lot of step-by-step examples

Easy

2016-2018

Short-form videos with emphasis on building intuition with examples

Easy

Resource

Year

Description

Type

2018

Beautiful visualizations to gain an intuitive understanding of Calculus

🎥

2020

Another calculus book that covers similar topics as Strang but is a more recent publication (2020)

📚

2018

An overview of the core concepts you need in matrix calculus to understand the fundamentals of training deep learning models

📄

2011

A nice collection of visualizations to understand calculus in three dimensions

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