python club

Python Club

Python Club Announcement

The Biochemistry Python Club session are set in room 201, Biochemistry Laboratories, 433 Babcock Drive.

Schedule

Beginner group: will meet every Thursdays at 4pm for 1h, with an additional 1/2 hour.
First meeting will be January 12

Intermediate/Advanced group: will meet Tuesdays 4pm-6pm every other week
First meeting will be January 17

Materials

Current suggestion is to use book: Python for the Life Sciences – A Gentle Introduction

The python code is publicly available at https://github.com/amberbiology/py4lifesci

GitLab Repositories

Beginners: https://git.doit.wisc.edu/bcrf/pythonclub/beginners/studygroup

Intermediate/Advanced: https://git.doit.wisc.edu/bcrf/pythonclub/intermediate_advanced/studygroup

Suggestions

– Download and install Anaconda for your operating system. Learn and use about Jupyterlab and Jupyter notebooks (e.g. jupyter.org.)

– Learn a minimum of Mardown text, it’s easy and simple and is what can make your Jupyter Notebook annotations clearer and more presentable. You can start with this resource: Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown – Master it in 10 minutes!

Code of Conduct

In order to foster a positive and professional learning environment we encourage the following kinds of behaviors in all platforms and events:

– Use welcoming and inclusive language
– Be respectful of different viewpoints and experiences
– Gracefully accept constructive criticism
– Focus on what is best for the community
– Show courtesy and respect towards other community members

(Excerpt from Carpentries Code of Conduct


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