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Mathias (1) [Avatar] Offline
I am half-way through the book and enjoying it so far - thank you! Has been very helpful in connecting my existing background in statistics with the ideas and language of ML.

I have a question / request: while I can read Python, this is not my language of predilection, and I will likely convert some / all of the examples into F#. I am sure this would be of interest to other F# developers as well (this would illustrate nicely some of the features of F#), so I am considering putting the result on my blog and / or on GitHub or equivalent. Of course, I would refer / link to the original book and the corresponding chapter. Also, I want to focus on the code more than the ML part, but I can't avoid giving a bit of context around the algorithms.

Would that be a problem? Is there anything I should / should not do if I go ahead with that plan?

Thanks in advance for the response,