Content for my Astronomy 599 / Applied Math 500 Course: Intro to scientific computing in Python
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notebooks add IPython Parallel Lecture Nov 24, 2014

Introduction to Scientific Computing in Python

University of Washington ASTR 599/AMATH 500

Jake Vanderplas

University of Washington

Fall, 2014

This repository will contain all the curriculum and materials for the Astronomy 599/Applied Math 500 seminar, Fall 2014.

See the Course Website for more information.


Jake Vanderplas works in the eScience Institute, an interdisciplinary institute focused on data and computing-intensive science at University of Washington. His background is in Astronomy, and he is a regular contributor and maintainer of several well-known Python tools, including SciPy and Scikit-Learn.

Class Location

PAB 356 / 356A

Meeting times

  • Two-day “Boot Camp”: September 22-23 9:00am-4:00pm
  • Weekly meetings: Mondays, 3:00-4:00pm throughout Fall quarter