October Workshops, visit https://rc.dartmouth.edu/index.php/training/ to view and register Intro to High-Performance Computing (HPC), Tuesday, October 8th Intro to Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Tuesday, Oct 15th Intro to Data Analysis with Python, Thursday, Oct 17th Intro to Neural Networks, Tuesday, Oct
Upcoming Workshops, visit https://rc.dartmouth.edu/index.php/training/ to view and register Tuesday, Sept 24, 2:30-5:00 Intro to HPC (DHMC) Tuesday, Oct 1, 2:30-5:00 Intro to RC Systems (Campus/37 DFR) Thursday, Oct 8, 2:30-5:00 Intro to HPC (Campus/ 37 DFR)
Research Computing, the Libraries, and the Women In Science Program are partnering for a workshop series on Plotting and Programming in Python, Friday afternoons, 3:45p-6p. See syllabus.
Researchers at Dartmouth College can receive 50GB of free, reliable, high-speed network file storage to researchers at Dartmouth through DartFS. DartFS is a network-based storage service for documents and files. Your data can be shared among collaborators, accessed anywhere on
https://www.androidauthority.com/python-power-coder-bundle-876861/ Coding might not be the most glamorous of professions, but who cares. Coders can work from anywhere, and usually make a very good living doing it. According to Daxx.com, the average Python developer salary in the USA is $103,492.
https://mysqlserverteam.com/mysql-8-0-new-lock-free-scalable-wal-design/ The Write Ahead Log (WAL) is one of the most important components of a database. All the changes to data files are logged in the WAL (called the redo log in InnoDB). This allows to postpone the moment when
Slidedeck from our recent workshop, “Programming with Python, Part 2, Basic Data Analysis” Date:4/19/2018, 2:00pm – 4:30pm Location:37 Dewey Field Rd, Instructional Center (1st floor) Hands-on Training: Programming with Python, Part 2 We recommend attending “Programming with Python, Part 1”
When, Why, How you’d want to use it in an academic or personal context for games, visualizations, multi-platform development. Doug Hill has been using Unity for 9 years. He’ll Show & Tell briefly, then stick around for individual discussion with
Using pytubes, numpy and matplotlib The Google Ngram viewer is a fun/useful tool that uses Google’s vast trove of data scanned from books to plot word usage over time. https://hackernoon.com/analysing-1-4-billion-rows-with-python-6cec86ca9d73