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Category Archives: Beginner
Jonathan Helmus is organizing a code sprint for aoslib at the AMS 2014 Python Symposium! Here are the details from an email Jonathan sent out to the mailing list …
As most folks know, SciPy is the premiere conference on doing all things scientific with Python. This is really the place to be if you want to learn about the absolute cutting-edge in using Python for scientific computing. The SciPy … Continue reading
Nikolay Koldunov has a neat introduction to the use of Python in the geosciences as a set of nbviewer files (h/t from the author). In particular I appreciated the examples of how to use pandas, Iris, Cartopy, etc. for AOS … Continue reading
Felipe Fernandes let me know about a blog he’s put together, python4oceanographers, with tips and examples for using Python in oceanography. Here’s a funny post where CTDs meet the comic XKCD 🙂
Editor’s Note: This post, by Kimberly Hoogewind of Purdue University, is the first in a series of short posts about the talks given at the Third Symposium on Advances in Modeling and Analysis Using Python, held at the 93rd AMS … Continue reading
The PyAOS-teach mailing list (subscribe/unsubscribe page) is open for user discussion about topics related to teaching Python to AOS users.
Check this out: http://mathesaurus.sourceforge.net/. Conversion tables from a variety of languages into Python! Hat tip: @shmget.
The University of Virginia and NASA are sponsoring an Intensive Summer School for Computing in Environmental Sciences. The first part of the course will be taught using Python 🙂 Information is found here: http://www.uvacse.virginia.edu/isscens/.
The program for the AMS Python Symposium is now available online. I’m really excited by the line-up of invited and contributed talks! The symposium this year also includes a Town Hall meeting entitled “Why Python is the Next Wave in … Continue reading