Introduction to Python programming on the Cluster — Session 3


Monday, October 18, 2021 - 13:00 to 15:00




Python is a popular, powerful programming language and has become very popular in scientific computing. It is a good language for those of you new to programming, and it's a powerful tool for experienced users. It's used as a scripting language, for running simulations and computational models, and as a numericla computing language similar to R or Matlab.
This course is aimed at those of you with some limited experience programming in other languages, such as simple Matlab scripts or R, and if you are completely new to programming you should also be able to follow along.

This session covers Numpy, Scipy and matplotlib. These are the main libraries for numerical computing with Python. We will introduce these libraries where we learn the basics of Numpy usage, how to use Scipy and Matplotlib and briefly touch on a few common use cases.

More information at the course page here: Introduction to Python Programming on the Cluster

meeting ID: 991 8783 9361
passcode: 966485

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