Check Out the SciPy 2013 Talks

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 2013 talks are available online, a boon if you weren’t able to make the conference (like myself). Some tracks/mini-symposia of particular interest to PyAOS folks include one on GIS and one on Meteorology, Climatology, Atmospheric and Oceanic Science. The talks all look great; I’ll specifically mention Philip Elson’s talk on Iris and Cartopy which describes a set of really useful tools for PyAOS users. Hope folks can check them out!

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