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The tutorial consists of lecture segments, followed by hands-on exercises. We strongly encourage you to bring a laptop with all the required packages installed in order to participate fully.

Software required

  • Python

    If you are new to Python, please install the Anaconda distribution for Python version 3 (available on OSX, Linux, and Windows). Everyone else, feel free to use your favorite distribution, but please ensure the requirements below are met:

    • numpy >= 1.12
    • scipy >= 1.0
    • matplotlib >= 2.1
    • scikit-image >= 0.14
    • scikit-learn >= 0.18

    Please see "Test your setup" below.

  • Jupyter

    The lecture material includes Jupyter notebooks. Please follow the Jupyter installation instructions, and ensure you have version 4 or later:

    $ jupyter --version

    Also activate Jupyter Widgets:

    pip install -q ipywidgets
    jupyter nbextension enable --py --sys-prefix widgetsnbextension

Download lecture material

  1. Install Git
  2. Clone the repository at

We may make editorial corrections to the material until the day before the workshop, so please execute git pull to update.

Test your setup

Please switch into the repository you downloaded in the previous step, and run to validate your installation.

On my computer, I see (but your version numbers may differ):

[✓] scikit-image  0.14.0
[✓] numpy         1.14.5
[✓] scipy         1.1.0
[✓] matplotlib    2.2.2
[✓] notebook      5.4.0
[✓] scikit-learn  0.19.1

If you do not have a working setup, please contact the instructors.