This spring, Data Basics is a 4 part workshop series covering the basic techniques for data manipulation with the Python programming language. The series is oriented towards folks who have some experience with Python programming and are motivated to expand these skills to help with their research. Data Basics is open to Pitt graduate students, postdocs, researchers, faculty, and staff from all disciplines and any skill level.
This instance of Data Basics will be a BETA TEST of new, self-guided instructional materials. This means the workshop won’t include formal lecture, but rather provide support as you work through the materials and exercises.
Dates and Topics:
- April 4th – Jupyter / Python refresher
- April 11th – Pandas part 1
- April 18th – Pandas part 2
- April 25th – Data Visualization
Time: Tuesdays from 9:00am to Noon
Please sign up using this form if you are interested in participating. Attendance is limited to 30 participants, so sign up quick!