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The topic shows students how to create interactive notebooks with Kaggle Notebooks. The basic idea is that you create a notebook with Kaggle Notebooks, and then share it. The ability to share is not included in the course, but you can use your own Google Drive or Dropbox to share the notebook with the class. The class can then access the notebook on their devices. You can see the main things in the notebook here. The notebook includes working examples of a Linear Regression Model, a Random Forest Model, a Naïve Bayes Model and an Unsupervised Neural Network. The main 'notes' in the notebook are the slides, which you can see here. In the slides you can see a reference to the four model types and the four notebooks provided. These are examples of the types of models you can create, but they do not need to be the same as the models you create with the course. Getting Started See the Learning Paths to the right for a list of specific course modules See the Course Agenda and Goals for the main things covered in the course See the FAQs and Community for a list of some of the issues students have raised, and ways to get help.The present invention relates to a process for forming an image by scanning a thermal printing medium in the form of a paper or the like, with an image-forming section arranged at a predetermined distance from a platen for receiving the thermal printing medium, and in accordance with the transverse line scanning procedure. The above process is disclosed in Japanese Laid-Open Patent Application No. 39,545/1982, for example. As shown in FIG. 1, the conventional thermal printer comprises a platen 10, a thermal head 20, a paper-feeding means 30, a paper-discharging means 40, an image-forming section 50, and a platen-receiving means 60. The image-forming section 50 is composed of a thermal printing head 41, a pair of rollers 51, a paper-discharging rollers 52, and a paper-feeding rollers 53. The thermal printing head 41, the pair of rollers 51, and the paper-discharging rollers 52 are arranged at an upper portion of the platen 10, and the paper-feeding rollers 53 and the platen-receiving means 60 are arranged below the platen 10. The thermal printing head 41 is arranged such that a printing line is formed in a direction which intersects


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