Python (and git) lesson for atmosphere and ocean scientists
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python-aos-lesson

The repository contains the lesson materials for a single day workshop on using python (and git) in the atmosphere and ocean sciences:
https://carpentrieslab.github.io/python-aos-lesson/

The lesson materials were written by Damien Irving based on experiences from teaching generic Software Carpentry workshops at the annual conference of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) from 2014-2017.

The lesson materials have been used in the following workshops and university courses: