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Intermediate Python Programming

Python is a powerful and easy-to-learn programming language used by many scientists. From web scraping to bioinformatics, Python is bound to have a module that could be useful to you. This workshop will include a brief review of variable types and control flow before moving on to functions, variable scope, object-oriented programming, and several of Python’s important science libraries.

Presentation by Isaac Kinley, DASH Support Assistant and PhD Candidate in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour. Book an appointment with Isaac or another member of the DASH Team.

Workshop Preparation

Preparation for this tutorial consists of two steps: Getting the data and Getting the software. Follow the steps below.

Get the data

Access the workshop file in Notebook form or in .py and .pynb extensions

Get the software

This hands-on workshop uses Python, a software application for data analysis. The program is free to download.

Workshop Recording

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