Welcome to Green Tea Press, publisher of *Think Python*, *Think Bayes*, and other books by Allen Downey.

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### Free Books!

All of our books are available under free licenses that allow you to copy and distribute the text; you are also free to modify it, so you can adapt the books to different needs and help develop new material.

These books are available in a variety of electronic formats; some are also for sale in hard copy.

### Think Python

*Think Python 2e: How To Think Like a Computer Scientist*

An introduction to programming using Python, one of the best programming languages for beginners. The second edition uses Python 3.

### Data Science in Python

An introduction to data science designed for people with no programming experience, this book presents a small, powerful subset of Python that allows you to do real work in data science as quickly as possible. It includes Jupyter notebooks where you can read the text, run the code, and work on exercises to practice what you learn.

*Think Bayes 2e: Bayesian Statistics in Python*

An introduction to Bayesian statistics using simple Python programs instead of complicated math.

*Think Stats, 2e: Exploratory Data Analysis*

An introduction to exploratory data analysis. Like the first edition, this book emphasizes simple computational tools for exploring real data. It includes several new topics, including regression, time series analysis, and survival analysis. It presents basic use of NumPy, SciPy, Pandas, and StatsModels.

An introduction to tools and practices for working with astronomical data. Topics covered include SQL queries with complex joins, Astropy and Pandas, coordinates and other quantities with units, and visualizing data. This book includes Jupyter notebooks where you can read the text, run the code, and work on exercises to practice what you learn.

*Think DSP: Digital Signal Processing in Python*

An introduction to digital signal processing with applications to sound and image processing.

*Think Complexity 2e: Exploring Complexity Science with Python*

An introduction to complexity science, which includes small-world graphs, scale-free networks, cellular automata, fractals and pink noise, self-organized criticality, and agent-based models.

### Java

*Think Java: How To Think Like a Computer Scientist*

New edition, revised and updated by Chris Mayfield and Allen Downey, and published by O’Reilly Media.

*Think Data Structures: Algorithms and Information Retrieval in Java*

Build your own Web search engine—including a crawler, indexer, and search interface—while learning about data structures and algorithms in Java.

### Physical modeling

*Modeling and Simulation in Python*

Models of discrete systems, like population growth, first-order systems, like epidemics and thermal systems, and second-order systems, like mechanics. Designed for people who have not programmed before. This book includes Jupyter notebooks where you can read the text, run the code, and work on exercises to practice what you learned.

Use MATLAB to predict and explain the behavior of physical systems. Intended for people with no programming experience.

### Operating systems

*Think OS: A Brief Introduction to Operating Systems*

An introduction to Operating Systems for programmers. Uses the C programming language.

Learn about software synchronization by solving a series of puzzles.

### How to Think…

*How to Think Like a Computer Scientist* is an introductory programming book for people who have never programmed before, available for several programming languages:

*Think C++: How To Think Like a Computer Scientist*

*How To Think Like a (Functional) Programmer: OCaml Version*

*Python for Software Design: How To Think Like a Computer Scientist*

*How To Think Like a Computer Scientist: Learning with Python
*(this book has now been replaced by

*Think Python*).

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