Introduction to Numerical Computing with NumPy | SciPy 2019 Tutorial | Alex Chabot-Leclerc




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NumPy provides Python with a powerful array processing library and an elegant syntax that is well suited to expressing computational algorithms clearly and efficiently. We’ll introduce basic array syntax and array indexing, review some of the available mathematical functions in NumPy, and discuss how to write your own routines. Along the way, we’ll learn just enough about matplotlib to display results from our examples.
See tutorial materials here: https://www.scipy2019.scipy.org/tutorial-participant-instructions

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  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Does anyone know or have the location of the presentation file?

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    @11:10 haha this guy. God bless him and preserve him.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    This is pure gold. Thank you

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    If I want to multiply a number with a specific row or coloumn in 3×3 matrix, then how should I do that?

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    This channel should be national treasure

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    I came via following the website for NumPy.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Thank you, Alex !!
    so many mental cobwebs cleared after watching this lecture

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    This guy with great pronunciation gave me a great insight of Scipy.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Slicing: 17:40

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Its been a year I am working with Python, but I really regret why didnt I found this earlier

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    great lecture very clear.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    The part of multi-dimension array is awesome. Thanks your lecture.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    I came here from official NumPy site.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Thanks a million for this!

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Could you help me to solve this type of issue….your valuable reply help me a lot…..

    Traceback (most recent call last):

    File "/home/PASTA_v1.0/Code/pasta.py", line 37, in <module>

    from NEB import pot_frc ## NEB/CI-NEB step

    File "/home/PASTA_v1.0/Code/NEB/pot_frc.py", line 41, in <module>

    frc_img = tag.read_force(file_out,n_atm)

    File "/home/PASTA_v1.0/Code/Interface/interface_siesta.py", line 217, in read_force

    tmp.append(eval(w[2]))

    IndexError: list index out of range

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    If he did NLP, would his name be Alex Chatbot Leclrec? Jk, it was a damn good lecture.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Alex is an excellent professor but the screen is too small for me to see his formulas :'( => How can we do ?
    to 1:10:17, the result seems to be : >> a[negative]=array([-1, -3, -6])

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    you know the shits about to get serious when he starts to roll up his sleeves 8:18

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    hi guys where can i find the file

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    Very good presentation, excellent teaching skills. Thank you.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    numpy.shape reports the shape of 3D arrays in the order layers, rows, columns.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    thanks God, I know there 9 yrs more to go to remember axis direction.

  • Enthought
    November 12, 2020

    35:00 # If an element is changed in the child array, then the element also changes in the parent array.
    important note

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