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# Purpose of Workshop Series
To promote collaborative work here at DTU Wind Energy through training and
education of researchers in scientific Python and related tools.
# 2017 Workshop Schedule
Please note that this schedule is subject to change.
1. Introduction to Anaconda (Spyder, Jupyter, Anaconda prompt, creating and
working in environments, installing new packages [pip vs conda]) – 27. sep 13:00
2. Getting started with Python (switching from Matlab, most common modules [numpy, scipy, pandas, matplotlib], PEP8) – 4. okt 10:00
3. Collaborating with Python (basic git, installing a package from GitHub/GitLab, making your own package) – 17. okt 10:00
4. How to speed up your code (Cython and multiprocessing [not mpi – not enough time]) – 2. nov 10:00
5. Test-driven development and documentation (writing and running tests, continuous integration, sphinx) – 16. nov 13:00
6. Python tools/resources here at DTU (Wind Energy Toolbox, HawtOpt2, etc.) – 21. nov 10:00
# Workshop Resources
- [Description of workshop series and schedule](https://gitlab.windenergy.dtu.dk/python-at-risoe/scientific-python-workshops/workshop-schedule-and-overview)
- [Workshop #1](https://gitlab.windenergy.dtu.dk/python-at-risoe/scientific-python-workshops/1-intro-to-conda)
- [Workshop #2](https://gitlab.windenergy.dtu.dk/python-at-risoe/scientific-python-workshops/2-getting-started)
- [Workshop #3](https://gitlab.windenergy.dtu.dk/python-at-risoe/scientific-python-workshops/3-collaborating-with-python)
- [Workshop #4](https://gitlab.windenergy.dtu.dk/python-at-risoe/scientific-python-workshops/4-speeding-up-python)
- [Workshop #5](https://gitlab.windenergy.dtu.dk/python-at-risoe/scientific-python-workshops/5-tests-and-documentation)
- [Workshop #6](https://gitlab.windenergy.dtu.dk/python-at-risoe/scientific-python-workshops/6-risoe-python-tools)
# Contact
Jenni Rinker
rink@dtu.dk
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