You will need Rust and Python installed to follow along with the examples here. There are many ways to setup an environment, especially in Python, I've listed the one I like here.
For Rust, you can install Rust by going to rustup.rs.
# Create a folder mkdir -p ~/projects/somepyproj cd ~/projects/somepyproj # Install a recent version of Python pyenv install 3.10 # Create a virtualenv for the project named proj310 pyenv virtualenv 3.10 proj310 pyenv local proj310 # Confirm pyenv is working pyenv version > proj310 (set by /Users/username/projects/somepyproj/.python-version)```
The code for this book can be found here:
git clone email@example.com:PedramNavid/rust-for-data.git