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== Introductions == | == Introductions == | ||

=== Learning APL === | |||

By [[User:Xpqz|Stefan Kruger]], Computational Array and Magic, 2021. | |||

An introduction to APL for experienced practitioners of different programming languages. lays bare fundamental concepts first, and then teaches by example. [https://xpqz.github.io/learnapl Available online], and for download as PDF or in interactive Jupyter Notebooks form. | |||

Published under a [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License]. | |||

=== Mastering Dyalog APL === | === Mastering Dyalog APL === | ||

By Bernard Legrand, 2009. | By Bernard Legrand, 2009. | ||

An up-to-date introduction into [[Dyalog APL]]. Although the book was written when version 12.0 was current, most examples will work with older versions of Dyalog as well. A work-in-progress reworked version, is [https://mastering.dyalog.com available online], and for download as PDF or interactive Jupyter Notebook form. | |||

Available in print from [http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mastering-Dyalog-APL-Complete-Introduction/dp/0956463800/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267431987&sr=8-1 Amazon]. This version is also available as a [https://www.dyalog.com/mastering-dyalog-apl.htm free downloadable PDF]. | |||

The companion files are available [https://github.com/mhaupt/mastering_dyalog_apl on GitHub]. | |||

ISBN-13: 978-0-9564638-0-7 | |||

=== A Practical Introduction to APL 1 & APL 2 === | === A Practical Introduction to APL 1 & APL 2 === | ||

By Graeme Robertson, 2008 | By Graeme Robertson, 2008 | ||

Available from [http://www.amazon.co.uk/APL-Introduction-Graeme-Donald-Robertson/dp/0952416719/ref=sr_11_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1233844677&sr=11-1 Amazon] and as [http://robertson.uk.net/Files/APL1&2.pdf a free PDF]. | |||

ISBN-10: 0952416719<br> | |||

ISBN-13: 978-0952416715 | ISBN-13: 978-0952416715 | ||

=== A Practical Introduction to APL 3 & APL 4 === | === A Practical Introduction to APL 3 & APL 4 === | ||

By Graeme Robertson, 2008 | By Graeme Robertson, 2008 | ||

Available from [http://www.amazon.co.uk/APL-Introduction-Graeme-Donald-Robertson/dp/0952416727/ref=sr_11_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1233844796&sr=11-1 Amazon] and as [http://robertson.uk.net/Files/APL3&4.pdf a free PDF]. | |||

ISBN-10: 0952416727<br> | |||

ISBN-13: 978-0952416722 | ISBN-13: 978-0952416722 | ||

=== APL2 at a Glance === | === APL2 at a Glance === | ||

By James A. Brown, Sandra Pakin, and Raymond P. Polivka, 1988 | By James A. Brown, Sandra Pakin, and Raymond P. Polivka, 1988 | ||

Available from [http://www.amazon.co.uk/P-L-Glance/dp/0130386707/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1250747744&sr=1-1 Amazon] | An excellent introduction into [[APL2]] and similar dialects, like APL2, [[APL+Win]], [[APLX]], [[GNU APL]], and [[Dyalog APL]]. | ||

Available from [http://www.amazon.co.uk/P-L-Glance/dp/0130386707/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1250747744&sr=1-1 Amazon] and for free in various online and downloadable formats [https://archive.org/details/apl-2-at-a-glance-brown-pakin-polivka/page/n5/mode/2up at the Internet Archive]. | |||

ISBN-10: 0130386707<br> | |||

ISBN-13: 978-0130386700 | |||

== Others == | |||

=== APL Cultivations === | |||

By [[Adám Brudzewsky]] (edited [[User:Xpqz|Stefan Kruger]]), 2022. | |||

A compilation of the [[APL Cultivation]] lessons into a more accessible format, expanding on some of the examples and generally improving the signal-to-noise ratio. | |||

[https://xpqz.github.io/cultivations Available online], and for download as PDF or in interactive Jupyter Notebooks form. | |||

Published under a [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License]. | |||

=== System Building with APL+WIN === | === System Building with APL+WIN === | ||

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=== Introduction to College Mathematics with A Programming Language === | === Introduction to College Mathematics with A Programming Language === | ||

LeCuyer, Edward J. [http://www.softwarepreservation.org/projects/apl/Books/CollegeMathematicswithAPL | By LeCuyer, Edward J. New York, Springer-Verlag, 1978. | ||

Introduction to College Mathematics with A Programming Language | |||

ISBN 978-0-387-90280-7 | |||

Available from [http://www.softwarepreservation.org/projects/apl/Books/CollegeMathematicswithAPL Computer History Museum's Software Preservation Group] | |||

=== Mathematics and Programming === | |||

By [[Kenneth E. Iverson]]. | |||

thorough introduction to computer programming and review pre-college mathematics to facilitate independent study. | |||

Publication code: 0653 8607 E1 | |||

== See also == | |||

* [[Papers]] | |||

* [[Learning resources]] | |||

== External links == | |||

* [https://code.jsoftware.com/wiki/Essays/Bibliography Jsoftware Bibliography ] | |||

{{APL community}}[[Category:Lists]][[Category:Publications]] | {{APL community}}[[Category:Lists]][[Category:Publications]] |

## Latest revision as of 12:48, 7 July 2022

English language books by publishing date.

## Introductions

### Learning APL

By Stefan Kruger, Computational Array and Magic, 2021.

An introduction to APL for experienced practitioners of different programming languages. lays bare fundamental concepts first, and then teaches by example. Available online, and for download as PDF or in interactive Jupyter Notebooks form.

Published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

### Mastering Dyalog APL

By Bernard Legrand, 2009.

An up-to-date introduction into Dyalog APL. Although the book was written when version 12.0 was current, most examples will work with older versions of Dyalog as well. A work-in-progress reworked version, is available online, and for download as PDF or interactive Jupyter Notebook form.

Available in print from Amazon. This version is also available as a free downloadable PDF.

The companion files are available on GitHub.

ISBN-13: 978-0-9564638-0-7

### A Practical Introduction to APL 1 & APL 2

By Graeme Robertson, 2008

Available from Amazon and as a free PDF.

ISBN-10: 0952416719

ISBN-13: 978-0952416715

### A Practical Introduction to APL 3 & APL 4

By Graeme Robertson, 2008

Available from Amazon and as a free PDF.

ISBN-10: 0952416727

ISBN-13: 978-0952416722

### APL2 at a Glance

By James A. Brown, Sandra Pakin, and Raymond P. Polivka, 1988

An excellent introduction into APL2 and similar dialects, like APL2, APL+Win, APLX, GNU APL, and Dyalog APL.

Available from Amazon and for free in various online and downloadable formats at the Internet Archive.

ISBN-10: 0130386707

ISBN-13: 978-0130386700

## Others

### APL Cultivations

By Adám Brudzewsky (edited Stefan Kruger), 2022.

A compilation of the APL Cultivation lessons into a more accessible format, expanding on some of the examples and generally improving the signal-to-noise ratio.

Available online, and for download as PDF or in interactive Jupyter Notebooks form.

Published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

### System Building with APL+WIN

By AjayAskoolum, 2006

Available from Amazon

ISBN-10: 0470030208

ISBN-13: 978-0470030202

### APL2 in Depth

By Norman D. Thomson and Raymond P. Polivka, 1995

Available from Amazon

This book addresses the advanced programmer. Read this **after** *APL2 at a glance*, for example.

ISBN-10: 0387942130

ISBN-13: 978-0387942131

### APL with a Mathematical Accent

By Reiter, C.A. and Jones, W.R, 1990

Discusses the fundamentals of APL and also provides examples from matrix algebra, Monte Carlo simulation and statistics.

ISBN-10: 0534128645

ISBN-13: 978-0534128647

Available from Amazon

### APL ― An Interactive Approach

By Leonard Gilman and Allen J. Rose

One of the most influential and widely used introductions to APL and time-sharing. A nice introduction to APL driven by interactive examples.

OpenLibrary: OL5049907M

Available in print from Amazon or online from Computer History Museum's Software Preservation Group.

### Introduction to College Mathematics with A Programming Language

By LeCuyer, Edward J. New York, Springer-Verlag, 1978.

Introduction to College Mathematics with A Programming Language

ISBN 978-0-387-90280-7

Available from Computer History Museum's Software Preservation Group

### Mathematics and Programming

thorough introduction to computer programming and review pre-college mathematics to facilitate independent study.

Publication code: 0653 8607 E1