Bryan Raney recently conducted two informal “Pizza and Programming” seminars at the Department of Environmental Sciences. We recorded these two instructional videos to assist students, staff, and faculty who would like to learn how to program in Python, which is a popular and powerful programming language that is being used for a variety of scientific purposes.
Introduction to Python Programming for Scientists I: Presents the essentials of Python installation, syntax, and basic modules and commands for data input/output and plotting.
Here is the first video:
Introduction to Python Programming for Scientists II: Covers a few practical examples of data analysis techniques in atmospheric and environmental sciences.
A video link will be provided as soon as the video editing is complete.