Posts tagged python
- 17 March 2022
Jupyter notebooks are really good for doing the heavy lifting of data analysis by:
Allowing you to showcase your work in a single place. You can see the complete “paper trail” of what was done. This includes the code, results, visuals and the narrative accompanying your analysis.
- 18 November 2020
Here is a compilation of questions from the third session of the Python Tutorial Seminar Series which covered writing functions as well as f-string formatting.
Q. Seeing how
1.0 instead of
1, is the numeric type automatically determined from the inputs or do you have to force it?
- 05 November 2020
Here is a compilation of questions and issues that arose during the second session of the Python Tutorial Seminar Series, on creating a data dictionary. After this first short series, these FAQ sections will be added to the Xdev tutorial website
Q. Why is
list[0:10] the first 10 elements, not 11?
- 20 October 2020
Here is a compilation of questions and issues that arose during the first session of the Python Tutorial Seminar Series. Hopefully all attendees feel that their issues are addressed here.
Q. I am having issues running the command:
curl -kO https://sundowner.colorado.edu/weather/atoc8/wxobs20170821.txt.
What should I do?
- 29 June 2020
A typical computation workflow with xarray consists of:
reading one or more netCDF files into an xarray dataset backed by dask using