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CPR Methods Seminar: Python 101: Coding for Beginners (Xue Zhang)

Eggers Hall , 060

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CPR Methods Seminar: Python 101: Coding for Beginners (Xue Zhang).

Description: Python is relatively easy to learn when compared to most other programming languages. This seminar is geared to participants who want to know how python works and to those totally new to programming. You will learn the fundamentals of Python, including basic data types and python statements. Xue will also introduce a Python package for data management (Pandas) and show other python packages that could be useful for data visualization, web scraping, machine learning, deep learning, and natural language processing. 


Prerequisites: Prior programming experience is NOT required. Please bring your laptop to the seminar and make sure you have a Google account. It is because Google Research developed “Google Colab” that allows anyone to write and execute python code without installing any software and most of the Python packages. 

 


Category

Career Development

Type

Lectures and Seminars

Region

Campus

Open to

Faculty

Students, Graduate and Professional

Organizer

MAX-Center for Policy Research

Contact

Alyssa Kirk
315.443.9929

amkirk@syr.edu

Accessibility

Contact Alyssa Kirk to request accommodations