This workshop will introduce attendees to the Python programming language. We’ll help you install Python 3 and the Anaconda distribution, execute your first lines of code, and explore the basic functionality of Python. After this workshop, attendees should be better placed to start working on a specific project in Python, learning along the way, or work through more in-depth training.
Python is widely used by researchers in many disciplines, and can be used to accomplish or automate many tasks outside academia. General computer skills are required, but specialized prior knowledge in computer programming is not required.
This is a hands-on workshop. Attendees must bring a laptop to participate. The instructors will demonstrate how to install Python 3 with the Anaconda distribution and its included Spyder Integrated Development Environment (IDE) on your computers.
This workshop will also be streamed live to the Health Sciences Library. Register to attend the streaming workshop at the Health Sciences Library.
- Tuesday, October 23, 2018
- 4:00pm - 6:00pm
- Second floor
- Davis Library Research Hub
- Matt Jansen
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