Today’s webinar on SciPy 2009 offered attendees a great overview on new developments on the scientific-computing-with-Python-horizon. If you missed it, check out our recording here.
Up next, we have an EPD webinar next Friday, September 4th. Another installment of our popular “How-do-I…” series, we’ll be looking at ways to work with data from various file types. Getting data from where it sits into NumPy so it can be manipulated using the wealth of libraries available in EPD is usually the first step in any workflow.
In this webinar we will illustrate by example how to read (and write) different kinds of data files: CSV, Excel, HDF, .MAT, and arbitrary ASCII and arbitrary binary files. We will show how data can be accessed using either the filesystem or the world wide web.
Once again, these events will be capped at 35 seats. EPD Basic or above subscribers will be emailed invitations and guaranteed seats. If you’re not a qualified subscriber, but are interested in attending, please sign up for a wait list here. The list filled up quickly last time, but we were excited to see so much interest in EPD and are planning to continue this registration model.
Enthought Python Distribution Webinar
How do I… read data from all kinds of files?
September 4, 2009
1pm CDT(6pm UTC)
Hope to see you there!