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Scientific Computing with
Python
An Introduction to Data Analysis &
High Performance Computing
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 Basics
 Introduc...
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Announcement of the Course "Scientific Computing with Python: An Introduction to Data Analysis & High Performance Computing"

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I was invited by "Department of Physics" of Isfahan University of Technology to teaching "Scientific Computing with Python: An Introduction to Data Analysis & High Performance Computing" graduate students of Physics.

This 16-hour course was held at Physics department of Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran.

Topics:
- Basics
• Introduction to Programming
• Introducing IDE: Wing IDE, PyScripter, Ninja IDE, Spider, PyCharm
• Interactive computing with IPython
• Basics of Python Programming (lists, tuples, dictionaries, loops, data types, operators, if statements, functions, try-catch, …)
• Python Object Oriented Programming
• Input and Output (I/O)
• Packages and applications

- Advanced
• Manipulating numerical data with NumPy
• Plotting with Matplotlib in details
• Data Analysis with Pandas
• Network Analysis with NetworkX
• Introduction to HPC

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Announcement of the Course "Scientific Computing with Python: An Introduction to Data Analysis & High Performance Computing"

  1. 1. Scientific Computing with Python An Introduction to Data Analysis & High Performance Computing Topics:  Basics  Introduction to Programming  Introducing IDE: Wing IDE, PyScripter, Ninja IDE, Spyder, PyCharm  Interactive computing with IPython  Basics of Python Programming (lists, tuples, dictionaries, loops, data types, operators, if statements, functions, try-catch, …)  Python Object Oriented Programming  Input and Output (I/O)  Packages and applications  Advanced  Manipulating numerical data with NumPy  Plotting with Matplotlib in details  Data Analysis with Pandas  Network Analysis with NetworkX  Introduction to HPC Term: 16 hours Location: Condensed Matter Lab, Floor 5, Physics Department, IUT Course Start Date: Sunday 13 February 2015 Lecturer: Mojtaba Khodadadi If you have any further questions about this course please contact us. python.course.iut@gmail.com

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