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Python Tutorials [clear filter]
Thursday, August 13
 

8:30am

Python Notebook
Limited Capacity seats available

This tutorial will demonstrate how to use and set up the IPython notebook (used frequently in the meetup presentations) both locally (on your laptop) and remotely (on a supercomputer).


Speakers

Thursday August 13, 2015 8:30am - 10:00am
Wolf 205

10:30am

Python MatplotLib
Limited Capacity seats available

Matplotlib is a 2D plotting library in python which produces publication-quality figures in a wide variety of formats and environments.  Matplotlib tries to make easy things easy and hard things possible with just a few lines of code.  In the Matplotlib tutorial, we will demonstrate how to produce quality images for basic plots, scatter plots, vector plots, histograms, streamlines, contours, and others.   We will also present some extensions such as the basemap toolkit which is a python library for plotting 2D data on maps.    



Thursday August 13, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Wolf 205

1:00pm

Python for Matlab Users
Limited Capacity seats available

This talk will be geared toward Matlab users who are interested in learning Python.  We will discuss similar ways to achieve the same goals (such as reading in data, plotting, etc) in Python that you already know how to do in Matlab.  It is intended to be a high level overview.


Speakers

Thursday August 13, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Wolf 205

3:00pm

Data Analysis with Pandas
Limited Capacity seats available

There are many recent additions to Python that make it an excellent programming language for data analysis. This tutorial has two goals. First, we introduce several of the recent Python modules for data analysis. We provide hands-on exercises for manipulating and analyzing data using pandas, scikit-learn, and other modules. Second, we execute examples using the IPython notebook, a web-based interactive development environment that facilitates documentation, sharing, and remote execution. Together these tools create a powerful, new way to approach scientific workflows for data analysis on HPC systems.


Speakers

Thursday August 13, 2015 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Wolf 205