PyHOGS Python Hour
Built-in functions to compute power spectral density, numpy broadcasting rules versus matrix operations.
We discussed online Python classes, version control software, making plots using gridspec and more.
Earle presented an intro to Python data types.
First Python Hour of 2015. General interest meeting.
Bilinear interpolation and parsing command-line arguments.
We discussed strategies for teaching python in the classroom and how to do 2-D interpolation.
Zoli shared some tips for creating beautiful bathymetric charts.
Colormaps, colormaps, colormaps!!!
No meeting but JPaul discovered a cheap way to replace his Macbook Pro battery.
We discussed issues that can arise when creating netcdf files and some nuances of using Python sets.
Earle discussed his attempt at making an objective mapping routine.
We discussed the itertool and KDTree modules, ways to debug code, and keyword arguments.
We discussed ways to commit changes to git, how to install the seawater module and more...
We shared ideas on how to set plot aspect ratios, save data to your hard drive and much more...
How to load complex .mat files like a pro.
We talked about indexing, slicing and the awesomeness of the iPython Notebook