Coffee & Code: Programming Concepts with Python (Part 2)
This workshop is part of UNM's Research Data Services Coffee & Code workshop series that focus on tools and strategies that make data management, analysis, visualization, communication, and sharing more efficient and more fun. This workshop will continue the introduction to basic programming concepts and their execution using the python programming language within the Jupyter notebook system that was started last month.
In response to recommendations of social distancing and minimizing personal interaction to reduce opportunities for transmission of the COVID-19 virus RDS is moving our workshops online for the foreseeable future. Please register so that we can send you any updates to the workshop connection information or scheduling.
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Related LibGuide: Data Workshops and Webinars by Karl Benedict
- Friday, March 27, 2020
- 9:00am - 11:00am
- Off Campus
- Centennial Science & Engineering Library
Where is the Centennial Science and Engineering Library?
The Centennial Science and Engineering library is located in the SW quadrant of the main UNM campus.
What can I bring into the event?
We encourage experimentation with the tools and technologies that we cover in the workshops. To make this easy we have created an installer of all of the developed workshop content and applications that you can run in a self-contained environment on our own computer. Installation and setup instructions can be found in our github repository at: https://github.com/unmrds/cc-content-platform.
You can also install the Anaconda distribution of python and R-related data science packages that will provide you with the core tools you need to follow along in the workshop. The Anaconda distribution can be downloaded from here - https://www.anaconda.com/distribution/
UNM students, staff and faculty can check out a laptop computer from the library to use during the session and everybody is encouraged to bring their own laptop computer to practice on.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?