Hi, I am a (soon to be) 3rd year undergrad planning on majoring in chemistry, and I have a couple of weeks at home before my internship starts. I was planning on either self-studying Python and trying to figure out how to manipulate data (which is proving to be difficult without someone I can ask questions to) or studying linear algebra. Which one is more useful to the average chemist? I haven't decided if I want to focus on any particular branch of chemistry at the moment, although I am very interested in Environmental Chemistry.
Thanks for your help!