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Python Basics Workshop Series

This is a past event.

Thursday, March 16 at 10:30am to 12:00pm

Virtual Event

Join us as we work through the very basics of the Python programming language, a common and versatile language for research computing, digital humanities, data analysis, and more. This four-part workshop series will run over two weeks in four 90 minute sessions. We will introduce Jupyter Notebooks and explore operators, expressions, data types, variables, functions, flow control, lists, and dictionaries. This workshop is open to anyone in the FIU community--You do not need any previous coding experience, nor do you need any software installed on your computer.

Workshop Dates are Tues/Thurs, 3/7, 3/9, 3/14 and 3/16 and run from 10:30am to 12pm

This series will be co-taught by FIU Digital Humanities Librarian Molly Castro and Nathan Kelber, Manager of Education for JSTOR's Constellate.

Dial-In Information

Register via Zoom @ go.fiu.edu/PythonBasics

Event Type

Academics, Workshops & webinars

Audience

Students, Faculty & Staff

Department
Digital Scholar Studio, Libraries
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Joerg Reinhold

Joerg Reinhold 3/9/2023

Thank you so much for offering this. Is this being recorded, so that students that cannot attend the sessions can watch this later?

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