Monthly Archives: September 2010

September Webinar: How do I… solve differential equations with Python?

This Friday, Warren Weckesser will host the first of three webinars in a series on solving differential equationsin Python. We will take a close look at the two tools available for solving ordinary differential equationsin SciPy:the “odeint” functionand the “ode” class. Two examples will be discussed: (1)the famous Lorenz equations that exhibit chaos, and (2) theGray-Scott reaction-diffusion equations in 1D, from which wewill obtain a system of ordinary differential equations byusing the “Method of Lines”. The demonstrations also include3D plots and animation using Matplotlib.

Enthought Python Distribution Webinar

How do I…solve differential equations with Python? Part I:SciPy Tools

Friday, September 10: 1pm CST/6pm UTC

Wait list (for non EPD subscribers)

Early in 2011, Warren will host Part II: Boundary ValueProblems, and in the spring he’ll follow up with athird installment to the series. Stay tuned!