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Please note that this workshop will take place over 2 days from from 2-5pm on 9th May and 1-5pm on 10th May.
This lesson is an introduction to programming in Python 3 for people with little or no previous programming experience. It uses plotting as its motivating example but will teach you the essential foundations of programming in python.
This workshop will use software carpentry’s plotting and programming in python lesson which includes everything you need to get started with python via sections on:
This will be a practical and hands on, in-person workshop lead by expert instructors.
No previous programming experience is required but you should have some knowledge of files and directories/folders.
You will need to install some software, all major operating systems (windows, macos and linux) are suitable and instructions will be send out prior to the workshop.
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