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—Choice Magazine on The Manga Guide to Databases
“Stimulus for the next generation of scientists.”
—Scientific Computing on The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology
“A great fit of form and subject. Recommended.”
—Otaku USA Magazine on The Manga Guide to Physics
“The Manga Guides definitely have a place on my bookshelf.”
—Smithsonian’s "Surprising Science"
“The art is charming and the humor engaging. A fun and fairly painless lesson on what many consider to be a less-than-thrilling subject.”
—School Library Journal on The Manga Guide to Statistics
“A single tortured cry will escape the lips of every thirty something biochem major who sees The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology: ‘Why, oh why couldn’t this have been written when I was in college?’”
—The San Francisco Examiner
Shin Takahashi was born 1972 in Niigata. He received a master's degree from Kyushu Institute of Design (known as Kyushu University today). Having previously worked both as an analyst and as a seminar leader, he is now an author specializing in technical literature.
Trend Pro, Inc. is a pioneer of Ad-Manga--advertisement and advertising using Manga--in Japan. The company has produced over 1,700 Ad-Manga for over 700 clients, including many well-known public companies and government agencies. The company has over 100 registered professional Manga artists.
The book starts with an introduction to the characters, then an introduction to linear algebra.
The Manga Guide to Linear Algebra is highly recommended for any math student... I just wish they'd had this book when I was in school!
Manga guides have sought to introduce readers to difficult technical concepts within the framework of a storyline in a comic book.
I am currently in college level linear algebra and this book was not particularly helpful to me. I think this would be better suited for high school students wanting to get an idea... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thatoneguy
This is apparently only compatible with my tablet, not my phone or my Kindle for Win8. I haven't been able to read it yet and the inability to open on my pc is something of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alypius
My daughter was so excited when she first saw this book. She admitted that she felt she could learn better and have fun with learning with this book. I'm excited to watch it work.Published 5 months ago by sabrina
While this book is far from comprehensive, it was really quite a fun way to study a new subject and get the basics.Published 5 months ago by Jordan
The preface of this book states that it is "meant as a complement to other, more comprehensive literature, not as a substitute. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Craig Stephenson
I like this book, very friendy and fun way to know math. Before I bought another book from this serie. I recomend, indeed.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
These education books are very nice and are easy to relate with the information in these books. These are great.Published 8 months ago by M G
My 6th grade A.P. grandson isn;t quite ready for this but it's well written and appeals to the comic book interest in all kidsPublished 10 months ago by Charles Potts