2019

Introduction to Python

by Mr Jérôme de Favereau (UCLouvain/IRMP/CP3)

Europe/Brussels
Pasteur (Bibliothèque des sciences et technologies (BST) )

Pasteur

Bibliothèque des sciences et technologies (BST)

Bibliothèque des sciences et technologies, room A 203, Place Louis Pasteur, 2 More info on http://www.ceci-hpc.be/training.html#practicalinfo
Description

Python is a programming language that can be used both for scientific computing (as a replacement for Fortran or C/C++) and for everyday scripting (as a replacement for Bash or Perl), but also to develop full programs with a GUI as well as headless services. It is a very nice tool to include in any scientist's toolbox.

Contents:

  • Language syntax
  • The core modules
  • Installing external modules
  • Writing and distributing modules

Prerequisite:

  • Being able to use SSH with private keys 
  • Being familiar with a text editor 
  • Mastering the Linux command line and the GNU utilities (mkdir, cp, scp, etc.)
  • Notions of programming

Type: Hands-on
Target audience: Rookie programmer
Must: This session is a nice-to-have for those who do not know Python.

 

Organized by

UCLouvain/CISM

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