Introduction to Scientific Computing with IPython
- Student Workshop

August 10, 2015, Atkinson Hall, University of California at San Diego

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Workshop Purpose:

This free two hour workshop will introduce graduate students and advanced undergrads to an open-source computing ecosystem that aids in science collaborations within and between laboratories and projects, provides high-performance numerical computing, and data visualization.

The workshop will concentrate on the use of IPython Notebook, a tool that makes data analysis easier than ever to share and reproduce. The IPython Notebook is a web-based interactive computational environment where you can combine code execution, text, mathematics, plots and rich media into a single document. Notebook supports LaTeX with Python, Julia, and Haskell languages, with multi-language integration - for example mixing Python code with Cython, R, Octave, and scripting in Bash, Perl, or Ruby.


Bring your laptop to participate in the hands-on portion of the workshop.

Contacts:

Coding iPython Image Workshop leader: Diego Mesa, Coleman Neural Interaction Lab, UCSD
Center contact: Brent T. Ladd, Education Director

Sponsors:

Funded under grant agreement NSF DUE1140591 Science of Information: Bringing Many Disciplines Together (Deepak Kumar and Mark Ward, PIs), and CCF-0939370 Center for Science of Information from the National Science Foundation, and University of California at San Diego