Python for Scientific Computing - Part 03
Location: 58 Edgewood Avenue Northeast, Room 365
This workshop is the third session of a workshop series where the instructor will introduce Python as a language for scientific computing. The intended audience is intermediate Python users. The third workshop will cover some data acquisition and processing techniques. The instructor will show how to access a remote data repository using an API, gather remote data and create data frames in python, basic time-series analysis, and quarry and filter data using Pandas python package.The participants will complete all hands-on material using web-based tools, DICE High-Performance Interactive learning environment, and no software installation needed on local computers.
Attendees are expected to bring laptop computers to access the web-based tools during the workshop.
Registration is only open for Georgia State student, faculty and staff.
Instructor: Dr. Suranga Edirisinghe (email@example.com), with the Advanced Scientific Computing support group at GSU Research Solutions
- Wednesday, August 29, 2018
- 1:00pm - 4:00pm