The Python Users Group topic this month will be Integrated Development Environments for Python on Thursday 3/27, from 11am - 12pm in Room 320, at 1244 Blossom street. This meeting will be hosted by Phil Moore and Ben Torkian from the Research Cyberinfrastructure group. Sign up below or send an email to email@example.com to register.
February 2014 meeting materials
Day 1 - Phil Moore Introduction
Anaconda is available here
Anyone with a .edu email address qualifies for a free version of IO Pro, which adds even more packages and features to Python. See this page to sign up
Here is a short video installation tutorial
Parking is available in the Horizon garage for $3 per day.
The Python programming language is used by academia and industry in a diverse range of disciplines- including bioinformatics, engineering, language processing, visualization, computational science and and finance. The Research Cyberinfrastructure (RCI) group manages several high performance computing clusters offering iPython environments that add sophisticated science, math, engineering and data analysis capabilities. The users group meetings will provide a platform for python users, from novice to expert, to interact and discover resources to enhance their Python knowledge. Over the coming months, RCI will also host presentations, provide training sessions, and schedule advanced workshops for other Research and Technology topics.
All faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend and participate.
December 12 meeting materials
Thanks to all of our Users Group members and our speaker Ben Torkian for a great meeting. The presentation is available on our youtube channel.
November 13 meeting materials
Thanks to Dr. Buell for a great talk on natural language processing using iPython and the NLTK! Dr. Buell's examples and presentation material is available in the zip and pdf posted below.
October 24 meeting materials
The first Python users group meeting was a success! Thanks to everyone who participated. We had a great turnout from a variety of Departments- Math, Physics, Biology, SLIS, Public Health, and Pharmacy to name a few. We hope the group keeps expanding; Python is a great tool for all disciplines.
The presentations from the meeting are posted below. The video will be posted soon for any who could not attend in person.
Please use the form below to sign up the next meeting. A signup is not required to attend, however it helps us plan accommodations, so it is appreciated.