Unidata Python Training Workshop

Using Python to solve atmospheric science problems

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2017 Regional Workshop at University of Oklahoma

  • When: 27-29 April 2017
  • Where: Norman, OK

Before the workshop

Feedback

Let us know how we did and take the survey. (Feel free to take the survey multiple times during the workshop.)

Ask questions and take notes on the Etherpad for the workshop.

Thursday, April 27th

Time Section Presenter Length
9:00 Introductions and Overview All 0:15
9:15 Software carpentry for science with git Ryan 1:00
10:15 Break   0:10
10:25 Conda and package management John 1:00
11:25 Jupyter notebooks John 0:40
12:05 Lunch   1:15
13:20 Primer Ryan 0:30
13:50 Time Series Plotting Ryan 1:30
15:20 Break   0:10
15:30 Upper Air and the Skew-T Log-P John 1:30
17:00 End of day 1    

Friday, April 28th

Time Section Presenter Length
9:00 Review and Questions All 0:10
9:10 Surface Data with Siphon/MetPy Ryan 1:30
10:40 Break   0:10
10:50 Working with Satellite Data John 1:30
12:20 Lunch   1:15
13:35 Accessing Model Data with Siphon/MetPy Ryan 1:30
15:05 Break   0:10
15:15 Command Line Tool Creation John 1:30
16:45 Wrap up All 0:20
17:00 End of day 2    

Saturday, April 29th

Hack Day! Come for a day of working on code with Unidata developers:

  • Learn how to use GitHub to contribute to open source projects
  • Work on contributions (code, documentation, examples) to MetPy and Siphon
  • Get assistance using MetPy, Siphon, etc. on your own projects