The Best Free Data Science eBooks: 2020 Update. The author has updated their list of best free data science books for 2020. Read on to see what books you should grab.
We are in an ever-advancing industry, and learning resources are unlimited.
Last year I put together a compilation of ebooks that have helped me in my data science learning path and have been recommended by mentors and professors to solve specific projects or deepen concepts.
As I spent time deepening my learning, I discovered new books that I didn’t recommend before or found updates of all books I’ve recommended. All the eBooks are legally for free or in a ‘Pay What you Want' concept with $0 as a minimum.
If you enjoyed a book and you have the resources to do so, I suggest that you look for a way to support the author by buying the printed version, supporting them on Patreon, or Buying them a Coffee.
Let’s keep quality education content available for the masses.
Disclaimer: Python and sometimes R are my go-to programming languages and that is why most of the books are based on these. If you have recommendations of other books in other languages, please share them on the comments or [send me a _tweet ](https://twitter.com/brendahali)_and I will add them.
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