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Enthought at the 2017 Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) Conference

2017 will be Enthought’s 11th year at the SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists) Annual Meeting, and we couldn’t be more excited to be at the leading edge of the digital transformation in oil & gas being driven by the capabilities provided by machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Now in its 87th year, the Annual SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists) Meeting will be held in Houston, Texas on September 24-27, 2017 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The SEG Annual Meeting will be the first large conference to take place in Houston since Hurricane Harvey and its devastating floods, and we’re so pleased to be a small part of getting Houston back “open for business.”

Pre-Event Kickoff: The Machine Learning Geophysics Hackathon

We had such a great experience at the EAGE Subsurface Hackathon in Paris in June that when we heard our friends at Agile Geoscience were planning a machine learning in geophysics hackathon for the US, we had to join! Brendon Hall, Enthought’s Energy Solutions Group Director will be there as a participant and coach and Enthought CEO Eric Jones will be on the judging panel.

Come Meet Us on the SEG Expo Floor & Learn About Our AI-Enabled Solutions for Oil & Gas

Presentations in Enthought Booth #318 (just to the left from the main entrance before the main aisle):

  • Monday, Sept 25, 12-12:45 PM: Lessons Learned From the Front Line: Moving AI From Research to Application
  • Tues, Sept 26, 1-1:45 PM: Canopy Geoscience: Building Innovative, AI-Enabled Geoscience Applications
  • Wed, Sept 27, 12-12:45 PM: Applying Artificial Intelligence to CT, Photo, and Well Log Analysis with Virtual Core

Hart Energy’s E&P Magazine Features Canopy Geoscience

Canopy Geoscience, Enthought’s cross-domain AI platform for oil & gas, was featured in the September 2017 edition of E&P magazine. See the coverage in the online SEG Technology Showcase, in the September print edition, or in the online E&P Flipbook.


Enthought's Canopy Geoscience featured in E&P's September 2017 edition

Webinar: Python for MATLAB Users: What You Need To Know

What:  A guided walkthrough and Q&A about how to migrate from MATLAB® to Python with Enthought Lead Instructor, Dr. Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc.

Who Should Watch: MATLAB® users who are considering migrating to Python, either partially or completely.

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Python has a lot of momentum. Many high profile projects use it and more are migrating to it all the time. Why? One reason is that Python is free, but more importantly, it is because Python has a thriving ecosystem of packages that allow developers to work faster and more efficiently. They can go from prototyping to production to scale on hardware ranging from a Raspberry Pi (or maybe micro controller) to a cluster, all using the same language. A large part of Python’s growth is driven by its excellent support for work in the fields of science, engineering, machine learning, and data science.

You and your organization might be thinking about migrating from MATLAB to Python to get access to the ecosystem and increase your productivity, but you might also have some outstanding questions and concerns, such as: How do I get started? Will any of my knowledge transfer? How different are Python and MATLAB? How long will it take me to become proficient? Is it too big a of a shift? Can I transition gradually or do I have to do it all at once? These are all excellent questions.

We know people put a lot of thought into the tools they select and that changing platforms is a big deal. We created this webinar to help you make the right choice.

In this webinar, we’ll give you the key information and insight you need to quickly evaluate whether Python is the right choice for you, your team, and your organization, including:

  • How to get started
  • What you need in order to replicate the MATLAB experience
  • Important conceptual differences between MATLAB and Python
  • Important similarities between MATLAB and Python: What MATLAB knowledge will transfer
  • Strategies for converting existing MATLAB code to Python
  • How to accelerate your transition

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Presenter: Dr. Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc, Enthought Lead Instructor

Ph.D, Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark

 


Python for Scientists & Engineers Training: The Quick Start Approach to Turbocharging Your Work

If you are tired of running repeatable processes manually and want to (semi-) automate them to increase your throughput and decrease pilot error, or you want to spend less time debugging code and more time writing clean code in the first place, or you are simply tired of using a multitude of tools and languages for different parts of a task and want to replace them with one comprehensive language, then Enthought’s Python for Scientists and Engineers is definitely for you!

This class has been particularly appealing to people who have been using other tools like MATLAB or even Excel for their computational work and want to start applying their skills using the Python toolset.  And it’s no wonder — Python has been identified as the most popular coding language for five years in a row for good reason.

One reason for its broad popularity is its efficiency and ease-of-use. Many people consider Python more fun to work in than other languages (and we agree!). Another reason for its popularity among scientists, engineers, and analysts in particular is Python’s support for rapid application development and extensive (and growing) open source library of powerful tools for preparing, visualizing, analyzing, and modeling data as well as simulation.

Python is also an extraordinarily comprehensive toolset – it supports everything from interactive analysis to automation to software engineering to web app development within a single language and plays very well with other languages like C/C++ or FORTRAN so you can continue leveraging your existing code libraries written in those other languages.

Many organizations are moving to Python so they can consolidate all of their technical work streams under a single comprehensive toolset. In the first part of this class we’ll give you the fundamentals you need to switch from another language to Python and then we cover the core tools that will enable you to do in Python what you were doing with other tools, only faster and better!

Additional Resources

Upcoming Open Python for Scientists & Engineers Sessions:

Washington, DC, Sept 25-29
Los Alamos, NM, Oct 2-6, 2017
Cambridge, UK, Oct 16-20, 2017
San Diego, CA, Oct 30-Nov 3, 2017
Albuquerque, NM, Nov 13-17, 2017
Los Alamos, NM, Dec 4-8, 2017
Austin, TX, Dec 11-15, 2017

Have a group interested in training? We specialize in group and corporate training. Contact us or call 512.536.1057.

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Download Enthought’s MATLAB to Python White Paper

Additional Webinars in the Training Series:

Python for Scientists & Engineers: A Tour of Enthought’s Professional Technical Training Course

Python for Data Science: A Tour of Enthought’s Professional Technical Training Course

Python for Professionals: The Complete Guide to Enthought’s Technical Training Courses

An Exclusive Peek “Under the Hood” of Enthought Training and the Pandas Mastery Workshop

Download Enthought’s Machine Learning with Python’s Scikit-Learn Cheat SheetsEnthought's Machine Learning with Python Cheat Sheets

Webinar: A Tour of Enthought’s Latest Enterprise Python Solutions

When: Thursday, July 20, 2017, 11-11:45 AM CT (Live webcast)

What: A comprehensive overview and live demonstration of Enthought’s latest tools for Python for the enterprise with Enthought’s Chief Technical & Engineering Officer, Didrik Pinte

Who Should Attend: Python users (or those supporting Python users) who are looking for a universal solution set that is reliable and “just works”; scientists, engineers, and data science teams trying to answer the question “how can I more easily build and deploy my applications”; organizations looking for an alternative to MATLAB that is cost-effective, robust, and powerful

REGISTER  (if you can’t attend we’ll send all registrants a recording)


For over 15 years, Enthought has been empowering scientists, engineers, analysts, and data scientists to create amazing new technologies, to make new discoveries, and to do so faster and more effectively than they dreamed possible. Along the way, hand in hand with our customers in aerospace, biotechnology, finance, oil and gas, manufacturing, national laboratories, and more, we’ve continued to “build the science tools we wished we had,” and share them with the world.

For 2017, we’re pleased to announce the release of several major new products and tools, specifically designed to make Python more powerful and accessible for users like you who are building the future of science, engineering, artificial intelligence, and data analysis.

WHAT YOU’LL SEE IN THE WEBINAR

In this webinar, Enthought’s Chief Technical & Engineering Officer will share a comprehensive overview and live demonstration of Enthought’s latest products and how they provide the foundation for scientific computing and artificial intelligence applications with Python, including:

We’ll also walk through  specific use cases so you can quickly see how Enthought’s Enterprise Python tools can impact your workflows and productivity.

REGISTER  (if you can’t attend we’ll send all registrants a recording)


Presenter: Didrik Pinte, Chief Technical & Engineering Officer, Enthought

 

 

 

Related Blogs:

Blog: Enthought Announces Canopy 2.1: A Major Milestone Release for the Python Analysis Environment and Package Distribution (June 2017)

Blog: Enthought Presents the Canopy Platform at the 2017 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Spring Meeting (April 2017)

Blog: New Year, New Enthought Products (Jan 2017)

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What’s New in the Canopy Data Import Tool Version 1.1

New features in the Canopy Data Import Tool Version 1.1:
Support for Pandas v. 20, Excel / CSV export capabilities, and more

Enthought Canopy Data Import ToolWe’re pleased to announce a significant new feature release of the Canopy Data Import Tool, version 1.1. The Data Import Tool allows users to quickly and easily import CSVs and other structured text files into Pandas DataFrames through a graphical interface, manipulate the data, and create reusable Python scripts to speed future data wrangling. Here are some of the notable updates in version 1.1:

1. Support for PyQt
The Data Import Tool now supports both PyQt and PySide backends. Python 3 support will also be available shortly.

2. Exporting DataFrames to csv/xlsx file formats
We understand that data exploration and manipulation are only one part of your data analysis process, which is why the Data Import Tool now provides a way for you to save the DataFrame as a CSV/XLSX file. This way, you can share processed data with your colleagues or feed this processed file to the next step in your data analysis pipeline.

3. Column Sort Indicators
In earlier versions of the Data Import Tool, it was not obvious that clicking on the right-end of the column header sorted the columns. With this release, we added sort indicators on every column, which can be pressed to sort the column in an ascending or descending fashion. And given the complex nature of the data we get, we know sorting the data based on single column is never enough, so we also made sorting columns using the Data Import Tool stable (ie, sorting preserves any existing order in the DataFrame).

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SciPy 2017 Conference to Showcase Leading Edge Developments in Scientific Computing with Python

Renowned scientists, engineers and researchers from around the world to gather July 10-16, 2017 in Austin, TX to share and collaborate to advance scientific computing tool


AUSTIN, TX – June 6, 2017 –
Enthought, as Institutional Sponsor, today announced the SciPy 2017 Conference will be held July 10-16, 2017 in Austin, Texas. At this 16th annual installment of the conference, scientists, engineers, data scientists and researchers will participate in tutorials, talks and developer sprints designed to foster the continued rapid growth of the scientific Python ecosystem. This year’s attendees hail from over 25 countries and represent academia, government, national research laboratories, and industries such as aerospace, biotechnology, finance, oil and gas and more.

“Since 2001, the SciPy Conference has been a highly anticipated annual event for the scientific and analytic computing community,” states Dr. Eric Jones, CEO at Enthought and SciPy Conference co-founder. “Over the last 16 years we’ve witnessed Python emerge as the de facto open source programming language for science, engineering and analytics with widespread adoption in research and industry. The powerful tools and libraries the SciPy community has developed are used by millions of people to advance scientific inquest and innovation every day.”

Special topical themes for this year’s conference are “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Applications” and the “Scientific Python (SciPy) Tool Stack.” Keynote speakers include:

  • Kathryn Huff, Assistant Professor in the Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  
  • Sean Gulick, Research Professor at the Institute for Geophysics at the University of Texas at Austin
  • Gaël Varoquaux, faculty researcher in the Neurospin brain research institute at INRIA (French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation)

In addition to the special conference themes, there will also be over 100 talk and poster paper speakers/presenters covering eight mini-symposia tracks including: Astronomy; Biology, Biophysics, and Biostatistics; Computational Science and Numerical Techniques; Data Science; Earth, Ocean, and Geo Sciences; Materials Science and Engineering; Neuroscience; and Open Data and Reproducibility.

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Enthought Receives 2017 Product of the Year Award From National Instruments LabVIEW Tools Network

Python Integration Toolkit for LabVIEW recognized for extending LabVIEW connectivity and bringing the power of Python to applications in Test, Measurement and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

AUSTIN, TX – May 24, 2017 Enthought, a global leader in scientific and analytic computing solutions, was honored this week by National Instruments with the LabVIEW Tools Network Platform Connectivity 2017 Product of the Year Award for its Python Integration Toolkit for LabVIEW.

Python Integration Toolkit for LabVIEWFirst released at NIWeek 2016, the Python Integration Toolkit enables fast, two-way communication between LabVIEW and Python. With seamless access to the Python ecosystem of tools, LabVIEW users are able to do more with their data than ever before. For example, using the Toolkit, a user can acquire data from test and measurement tools with LabVIEW, perform signal processing or apply machine learning algorithms in Python, display it in LabVIEW, then share results using a Python-enabled web dashboard.

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Click to see the webinar “Using Python and LabVIEW to Rapidly Solve Engineering Problems” to learn more about adding capabilities such as machine learning by extending LabVIEW applications with Python.

“Python is ideally suited for scientists and engineers due to its simple, yet powerful syntax and the availability of an extensive array of open source tools contributed by a user community from industry and R&D,” said Dr. Tim Diller, Director, IIoT Solutions Group at Enthought. “The Python Integration Toolkit for LabVIEW unites the best elements of two major tools in the science and engineering world and we are honored to receive this award.”

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Webinar: Python for Data Science: A Tour of Enthought’s Professional Training Course

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What: A guided walkthrough and Q&A about Enthought’s technical training course “Python for Data Science and Machine Learning” with VP of Training Solutions, Dr. Michael Connell

Who Should Watch: individuals, team leaders, and learning & development coordinators who are looking to better understand the options to increase professional capabilities in Python for data science and machine learning applications

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Enthought’s Python for Data Science training course is designed to accelerate the development of skill and confidence in using Python’s core data science tools — including the standard Python language, the fast array programming package NumPy, and the Pandas data analysis package, as well as tools for database access (DBAPI2, SQLAlchemy), machine learning (scikit-learn), and visual exploration (Matplotlib, Seaborn).

In this webinar, we give you the key information and insight you need to evaluate whether Enthought’s Python for Data Science course is the right solution to advance your professional data science skills in Python, including:

  • Who will benefit most from the course
  • A guided tour through the course topics
  • What skills you’ll take away from the course, how the instructional design supports that
  • What the experience is like, and why it is different from other training alternatives (with a sneak peek at actual course materials)
  • What previous course attendees say about the course

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michael_connell-enthought-vp-trainingPresenter: Dr. Michael Connell, VP, Enthought Training Solutions

Ed.D, Education, Harvard University
M.S., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT


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Webinar: Using Python and LabVIEW Together to Rapidly Solve Engineering Problems

What: Presentation, demo, and Q&A with Collin Draughon, Software Product Manager, National Instruments, and Andrew Collette, Scientific Software Developer, Enthought

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Engineers and scientists all over the world are using Python and LabVIEW to solve hard problems in manufacturing and test automation, by taking advantage of the vast ecosystem of Python software.  But going from an engineer’s proof-of-concept to a stable, production-ready version of Python, smoothly integrated with LabVIEW, has long been elusive.

In this on-demand webinar and demo, we take a LabVIEW data acquisition app and extend it with Python’s machine learning capabilities, to automatically detect and classify equipment vibration.  Using a modern Python platform and the Python Integration Toolkit for LabVIEW, we show how easy and fast it is to install heavy-hitting Python analysis libraries, take advantage of them from live LabVIEW code, and finally deploy the entire solution, Python included, using LabVIEW Application Builder.


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In this webinar, you’ll see how easy it is to solve an engineering problem by using LabVIEW and Python together.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How Python’s machine learning libraries can simplify a hard engineering problem
  • How to extend an existing LabVIEW VI using Python analysis libraries
  • How to quickly bundle Python and LabVIEW code into an installable app

Who Should Watch:

  • Engineers and managers interested in extending LabVIEW with Python’s ecosystem
  • People who need to easily share and deploy software within their organization
  • Current LabVIEW users who are curious what Python brings to the table
  • Current Python users in organizations where LabVIEW is used

How LabVIEW users can benefit from Python:

  • High-level, general purpose programming language ideally suited to the needs of engineers, scientists, and analysts
  • Huge, international user base representing industries such as aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, military and defense, research and development, biotechnology, geoscience, electronics, and many more
  • Tens of thousands of available packages, ranging from advanced 3D visualization frameworks to nonlinear equation solvers
  • Simple, beginner-friendly syntax and fast learning curve

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Presenters:

Collin Draughon, National Instruments, Software Product Manager Collin Draughon, National Instruments
Software Product Manager
Andrew Collette, Enthought, Scientific Software Developer Andrew Collette, Enthought
Scientific Software Developer
Python Integration Toolkit for LabVIEW core developer

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