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AUC Session 3: Python for Data Science

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Clark Atlanta University

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Session 3: Python for Data Science is part of the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC) Data Science Initiative Faculty Training Workshop being held January 9 – 10, 2019. This is an in-person only event open only to AUCC member institution faculty.

In this tutorial, we cover Python for new users. Python is a programming language designed with ease of programming and readable code as its foremost goals. Python has risen to prominence in scientific computing as an excellent tool for doing data conversions, scripting parameter studies, capturing complex algorithmic logic, and in general providing the “glue” to hook together many pieces of scientific workflows. In this hands-on webinar, a quick overview of the language is presented, along with a few tricks to improve the utility of Python for engineering and science modeling. Python naturally invites a “try it and see” approach, so mini-exercises are interspersed for practice.

Private training
This is a private training.

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In person (Robert W. Woodruff Library)

01/09/2020 13:00 - 01/09/2020 17:00 EST (SESSION HAS ENDED)
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Registration open date
12/07/2019 09:00 EST
Registration close date
01/10/2020 18:00 EST
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Contact Information
Bettina Gardner
Contact phone
404 482 2026
Contact email
vtrue, jalameda, lakli
Robert W. Woodruff Library
11 James P Brawley Dr SW
Altanta, GA 30314
404 482 2026
Posted: 12/11/2019 19:07 UTC