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"Scientific Toolkit in Python (scipy and numpy)" by Maral Dehghani #99

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brunogrande opened this Issue Jun 6, 2016 · 6 comments

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brunogrande commented Jun 6, 2016

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This workshop aims to introduce participants to the packages Scipy and Numpy for Scientific Computing. A quick introduction to python will be given at the beginning of the workshop.

The following topics will be covered depending on how well it goes:

1. Introduction to Python
    a. Numerical types
    b. Containers
    c. Control flow
2. NumPy
    a. Arrays
    b. Matrices
    c. Basic operations on Arrays and Matrices
    d. Operation along axes
    e. Slicing arrays
    f. Reshaping
    g. NumPy for Linear Algebra
3. Matplotlib
    a. Scatter Plot
    b. Histogram
    c. Box Plot
4. SciPy
    a. SciPy for Optimization
    b. SciPy for Statistics
    c. SciPy for Linear Algebra

Time and Place

Where: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby Campus, Library Research Commons
When: Monday, June 27th, 10:30-11:30 am

Required Preparation

Software Dependencies

See the attached installation instructions.

Links

Etherpad: https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/SFU_Python_2016_June
Lessons Notes:
https://github.com/sciprog-sfu/sciprog-sfu.github.io/files/341548/Python_SciProg.pdf

Registration: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/about/branches-depts/rc/30611

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@MaralDehghani, when you get a chance, comment with the details relating to your workshop so I can update the "TBA" values.

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@MaralDehghani, when you get a chance, comment with the details relating to your workshop so I can update the "TBA" values.

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@MaralDehghani, since your workshop is next week, can you comment with details on your lesson so I can update the "TBA" values? Specifically, I need a description, required software dependencies and assumed knowledge.

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brunogrande commented Jun 20, 2016

@MaralDehghani, since your workshop is next week, can you comment with details on your lesson so I can update the "TBA" values? Specifically, I need a description, required software dependencies and assumed knowledge.

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Hi There,

Sure. I will send you some details on my course by Wednesday.
M.

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Hi There,

Sure. I will send you some details on my course by Wednesday.
M.

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vguerracanedo Jun 23, 2016

Hi @MaralDehghani,
I don't mean to be a drag, but I was wondering if you had the outline for the upcoming workshop. I was hoping to send the email out to the sciprog group in the following 24 hours about your workshop. We will also try to get the info to the library so they can advertise it.
Best,
V

vguerracanedo commented Jun 23, 2016

Hi @MaralDehghani,
I don't mean to be a drag, but I was wondering if you had the outline for the upcoming workshop. I was hoping to send the email out to the sciprog group in the following 24 hours about your workshop. We will also try to get the info to the library so they can advertise it.
Best,
V

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Hi Vanessa,

Thanks for your email and sorry about the delay.
I am sending it to you today.
I apologize for the delay.

Regards,
Maral

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Hi @MaralDehghani,
I don't mean to be a drag, but I was wondering if you had the outline for the upcoming workshop. I was hoping to send the email out to the sciprog group in the following 24 hours about your workshop. We will also try to get the info to the library so they can advertise it.
Best,
V


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MaralDehghani commented Jun 23, 2016

Hi Vanessa,

Thanks for your email and sorry about the delay.
I am sending it to you today.
I apologize for the delay.

Regards,
Maral

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Hi @MaralDehghani,
I don't mean to be a drag, but I was wondering if you had the outline for the upcoming workshop. I was hoping to send the email out to the sciprog group in the following 24 hours about your workshop. We will also try to get the info to the library so they can advertise it.
Best,
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MaralDehghani Jun 24, 2016

Hello All,

I have attached the installation guide for the ones who do not intend to use IPython, as well as the outline of the course.
I also put it in the following Etherpad, which I am going to use on Monday:
https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/SFU_Python_2016_June

Here is the outline:

  1. Introduction to Python
    a. Numerical types
    b. Containers
    c. Control flow
  2. NumPy
    a. Arrays
    b. Matrices
    c. Basic operations on Arrays and Matrices
    d. Operation along axes
    e. Slicing arrays
    f. Reshaping
    g. NumPy for Linear Algebra
  3. Matplotlib
    a. Scatter Plot
    b. Histogram
    c. Box Plot
  4. SciPy
    a. SciPy for Optimization
    b. SciPy for Statistics
    c. SciPy for Linear Algebra

I may skip some of the subjects depending on the level of the class, number of attendees, their interest and background.
I know there are so many sub-topics, I will modify it based on the class.

Regards,
Maral

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Subject: Re: [sciprog-sfu/sciprog-sfu.github.io] "Scientific Toolkit in Python (scipy and numpy)" by Maral Dehghani (#99)

Hi @MaralDehghani,
I don't mean to be a drag, but I was wondering if you had the outline for the upcoming workshop. I was hoping to send the email out to the sciprog group in the following 24 hours about your workshop. We will also try to get the info to the library so they can advertise it.
Best,
V


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MaralDehghani commented Jun 24, 2016

Hello All,

I have attached the installation guide for the ones who do not intend to use IPython, as well as the outline of the course.
I also put it in the following Etherpad, which I am going to use on Monday:
https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/SFU_Python_2016_June

Here is the outline:

  1. Introduction to Python
    a. Numerical types
    b. Containers
    c. Control flow
  2. NumPy
    a. Arrays
    b. Matrices
    c. Basic operations on Arrays and Matrices
    d. Operation along axes
    e. Slicing arrays
    f. Reshaping
    g. NumPy for Linear Algebra
  3. Matplotlib
    a. Scatter Plot
    b. Histogram
    c. Box Plot
  4. SciPy
    a. SciPy for Optimization
    b. SciPy for Statistics
    c. SciPy for Linear Algebra

I may skip some of the subjects depending on the level of the class, number of attendees, their interest and background.
I know there are so many sub-topics, I will modify it based on the class.

Regards,
Maral

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Subject: Re: [sciprog-sfu/sciprog-sfu.github.io] "Scientific Toolkit in Python (scipy and numpy)" by Maral Dehghani (#99)

Hi @MaralDehghani,
I don't mean to be a drag, but I was wondering if you had the outline for the upcoming workshop. I was hoping to send the email out to the sciprog group in the following 24 hours about your workshop. We will also try to get the info to the library so they can advertise it.
Best,
V


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