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"All in One Page" view of the Git-novice lessons is filled with broken image links

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Adding YAML header to AIO generation

Added Gemfile to allow for local testing and added missing permalink yaml value to aio.md to correct errors in image links in generated AIO page.

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 keypoints: > ## Getting to know each other > > If the Trainer has chosen an [icebreaker question]({{ site.training_site }}/icebreakers/index.html),-> participate by writing your answers in the course's shared notes.+> participate by writing your answers in the Etherpad. {: .challenge}  ## Code of Conduct  To make clear what is expected, everyone participating in The Carpentries activities is required-to conform to our [Code of Conduct]({{ site.coc }}). This Code of Conduct applies to all spaces managed by The Carpentries including, but not limited to workshops, email lists, online forums and on GitHub. Please review-[the Code of Conduct]({{ site.coc }}) to familiarise yourself with it.+to abide by our [Code of Conduct]({{ site.coc }}). Any form of behaviour to exclude, intimidate, +or cause discomfort is a violation of the Code of Conduct. In order to foster a positive and professional +learning environment we encourage you to:  +* Use welcoming and inclusive language+* Be respectful of different viewpoints and experiences+* Gracefully accept constructive criticism+* Focus on what is best for the community+* Show courtesy and respect towards other community members++If you believe someone is violating the Code of Conduct, we ask that you report it to The Carpentries +Code of Conduct Committee by completing [this form][https://goo.gl/forms/KoUfO53Za3apOuOK2].

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Hi Paul! Happy for you to come to office hours or coding meet up next week and we can merge them together. Hint: it is merging the branches together.

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Hi Sarah,

Will you have office hours next week when we can talk about this? I don’t know how to merge pull requests yet.

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From: Sarah Stevens ***@***.***> Reply-To: swcarpentry/git-novice ***@***.***> Date: Monday, April 19, 2021 at 4:59 PM To: swcarpentry/git-novice ***@***.***> Cc: Paul A Craig ***@***.***>, Mention ***@***.***> Subject: Re: [swcarpentry/git-novice] Update 03-create.md (#793)

Hi @paulcraighttps://github.com/paulcraig! Nice to "see" you here!

Check out issue #761https://github.com/swcarpentry/git-novice/issues/761 for more discussion on this issue. There needs to be material added to address this change earlier on so everyone can change their branch name early. I suggested an option for that in issue #761https://github.com/swcarpentry/git-novice/issues/761 with how I do it in lessons. Once that change gets added then all of your work changing "master" to "main" will be needed. I'd recommend putting all your into one PR since they are related changes. Could you maybe merge your other branches together into one branch/PR (maybe this one) and close the others (#794https://github.com/swcarpentry/git-novice/pull/794, #795https://github.com/swcarpentry/git-novice/pull/795, #796https://github.com/swcarpentry/git-novice/pull/796, #798https://github.com/swcarpentry/git-novice/pull/798, #799https://github.com/swcarpentry/git-novice/pull/799)? Let me know if you have questions about how to do that.

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 weight_kg_text = 'weight in kilograms:' ~~~ {: .language-python} -## Using Variables in Python-To display the value of a variable to the screen in Python, we can use the `print` function:+## Using Variables and Functions in Python+To display the value of a variable to the screen in Python, we can use the `print`+[function]({{ page.root }}/reference.html#function):

So, this is a difficult question and I'm not sure, tbh. We should minimize the number of times we switch context. For that, we need to consider the material we've got (variables, built-in functions, data types) and come up with a good mental model (and a story). Also, we can (and probably should) talk more about the data that we have and patient's data: patients' weight (floats), DOB or name (strings), age or inflammation bouts on a particular day (ints), and history of inflammation bouts (lists).

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 weight_kg_text = 'weight in kilograms:' ~~~ {: .language-python} -## Using Variables in Python-To display the value of a variable to the screen in Python, we can use the `print` function:+## Using Variables and Functions in Python+To display the value of a variable to the screen in Python, we can use the `print`+[function]({{ page.root }}/reference.html#function):

Since the current content uses print in showing how to use variables, do you think it makes sense to do the section about built-in functions before the using variables section?

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 weight_kg_text = 'weight in kilograms:' ~~~ {: .language-python} -## Using Variables in Python-To display the value of a variable to the screen in Python, we can use the `print` function:+## Using Variables and Functions in Python+To display the value of a variable to the screen in Python, we can use the `print`+[function]({{ page.root }}/reference.html#function):

I'd like to suggest to split this paragraph into two: (1) that introduces how to use variables (weight_lb = weight_kg * 2.2) and (2) that introduces built-in functions (print(weight_kg), type(weight_kg), print(weight_kg, type(weight_kg)).

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 print(weight_kg) ~~~ {: .output} -We can display multiple things at once using only one `print` command:+> ## Built-ins Are Ready to Call+>+> Because displaying information to the screen is commonly done in programming,+> `print` is a built-in function, meaning it is code that is already written into Python+> and is always available. When we reference the function name for use,+> referred to as calling the function, it is followed by parentheses.+> The parentheses may be empty or contain variables or literal values,+> referred to as [arguments]({{ page.root }}/reference.html#argument),+> that are used by the function's underlying code. In the case of `print`,+> you use the arguments to tell the function what you want written to the screen.+> We will learn more about how functions work and how to create our own in later episodes.+{: .callout}
  1. I think this shouldn't be in a callout box -- this is a good draft for its own section (e.g. "Built-in Python functions").
  2. I'd state things in the beginning instead of justifying them, that is, I'd start with something like this:

    Displaying information to the screen is a common task, and Python provides a function that...

  3. I'd simplify some of the sentences. Also, perhaps this could mention that without parenthesis Python doesn't call the function (aka "parentheses are important").
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 weight in kilograms: 60.0 ~~~ {: .output} +We can also call a function inside of another+[function call]({{ page.root }}/reference.html#function-call).+For example, Python has a built-in function called `type` that tells you a value's data type:++~~~+print(type(60.0))+print(type(weight_kg_text))+~~~+{: .language-python}++~~~+<class 'float'>+<class 'str'>+~~~+{: .output}+

This addition looks good to me!

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Add text about built-in functions

This proposes text for introducing what built-in means. It also brings in the type function in that context. This relates to #766, #899, and #919. Feedback is welcome.

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Updated explanatory text around multiple variable assignment (#930) * Updated explanatory text around multiple variable assignment * Removed replicated sentence in multiple variable assignment explanation * Keep lines under 100 characters Co-authored-by: gdevine <gerarddevine@gmail.com> Co-authored-by: Lauren Ko <lauren.ko@unt.edu>

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