Topic: Introduction to Python for research (part 1)
This workshop is an introduction to how Python can be used for your research. It will show you how to quickly learn Python and get started on taking advantages of various free and open sources modules/libraries that are available for scientific computing. No prior knowledge of Python is needed. Members that currently use R or MATLAB would greatly benefits from attending this workshop. Existing IMG members using Python are encouraged to attend because this workshop is interactive and collaborative, so sharing your experiences would be greatly appreciated. This workshop is the first of many workshops to come!
About IMG Workshops
The goal of these workshops are similar to IMG Seminars: learn from, explore, and collaborate with each other. We hope these workshops will engage you in learning new technical topics, tools and software available for research, discuss papers, or spark new ideas for research projects/topics. All IMG members are encouraged to share their knowledge or expertise on a specific topic that others can benefit from. If you would like to lead a workshop, please make sure to read the IMG Wiki page dedicated to IMG Workshops: https://www.img.ufl.edu/wiki/index.php?title=IMG_Workshops.