Time: M 2-3
Location: Gaines Hall 5
Instructors: Kyle Gorman and Alex Kain
This course will cover important software tools for conducting quantitative research at CSLU. The first unit will focus on the UNIX programming environment and version control, and second unit will cover the Python programming language and libraries for numeric computing.
Unit 1: UNIX
|The UNIX environment, part 1||9/29||Kyle|
|The UNIX environment, part 2||10/6||Kyle|
|Version control with Git||10/13||Kyle|
Unit 2: Python
|Python style & tooling||10/27||Kyle|
|Numeric arrays (parts 1, 2, and 3)||11/3||Alex|
|Statistics (parts 1 and 2)||11/10||Alex|
|Graphics (parts 1, 2, and 3)||11/24||Alex|
|Speed (parts 1, 2, and 3)||12/1||Alex|
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