Making your data dance with Python, Jupyter and pandas

1st class (optional): 9-10am Tues March 1st (Erick Matsen): Jupyter & Python

2nd class: 9-10am Tues March 8th (Jake VanderPlas): pandas

Modern biology generates a lot of data, sometimes more than can be comfortably processed with a spreadsheet program. This workshop will get you started with the pandas data analysis library for Python. We will be using the web-based Jupyter interactive computing environment, newly available on the Fred Hutch network. These classes will assume proficiency with computer programming in some language. Attendees must bring a laptop to the course.

Jake VanderPlas is the Director of Research in Physical Sciences at the UW eScience Institute. He is a contributor to the Scikit-Learn package and creator of the mpld3 package.

Register via Eventbrite here. Registration is limited to 40 participants. If the class is full, there will be an option to add yourself to the waiting list — please do so if you’re still interested! We’ll use the waiting list in case of cancellations and to plan future workshop sessions.

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