Events - Weekly
|Sunday, May 29|
|Monday, May 30|
|Tuesday, May 31|
|Wednesday, June 1|
PrincetonPy: Dictionaries and Friends
Matthew Cahn will discuss Python dictionaries and similar objects in the Python collections module. Dictionaries are a powerful feature of Python, and the collections module can help you to more easily write cleaner, shorter code.
When to use dictionaries.
Setting default values.
Making a list of unique values.
Using tuples as keys to create a multi-dimensional array-like object.
The collections module:
Matthew Cahn is a programmer and Linux system administrator in the
Department of Molecular Biology. He has been programming in Python for
over 15 years in the fields of scientific instrumentation, drug
discovery, and molecular biology.
Room 346, Visualization Lab · 4:00 p.m.– 5:00 p.m.
|Thursday, June 2|
Weekly Help Session in Visualization & Programming
We offer an open, walk-in help session every Thursday afternoon from 2:00 - 3:00 pm in 346 Lewis Library. No appointment necessary.
For help at other times, please email email@example.com.
The Help Session is an opportunity to meet with research computing staff for one-on-one help with data visualization and programming. We can discuss visualization programs, techniques, and data formats as well as programming and cluster usage. In particular, how to effectively display your data.
If you are working with large amounts of data on the Princeton High Performance Computing environment you can learn about remote visualization from tigressdata.princeton.edu.
Room 346, Visualization Lab · 2:00 p.m.– 3:00 p.m.
|Friday, June 3|
|Saturday, June 4|