Scientific Computing with Python
Austin, Texas • July 6-12
Registration - 100% Full

SciPy 2014 Birds of a Feather Schedule

July 8, 2014

  Grand Ballroom Room 203 Room 204 Room 106
01:30PM You Win or You SciPy Anthony Scopatz Programmers in Research: their place in Universities James Hetherington Matplotlib Enhancement Proposal discussion Damon McDougall
02:15PM
05:30PM Python 3 and the SciPy ecosystem Thomas Kluyver Python in the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Jonathan Helmus Tools for Open and Reproducible Workflows Jeffrey Spies, Ana Nelson, Joshua Carp Volunteer SciPy2015! Andy Terrel, Kelsey Jordahl
06:30PM

July 9, 2014

  Grand Ballroom Room 203 Room 204 Room 106
01:30PM

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Visualization Michael Droettboom
02:15PM
02:30PM Python in Bioinformatics Nelle Varoquaux talks
03:15PM
03:30PM

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NumFOCUS Andy Terrel, Anthony Scopatz, Fernando Perez, Leah Silen, Perry Greenfield
04:30PM
05:30PM IPython Thomas Kluyver, Brian Granger, Damián Avila, Fernando Perez, Jonathan Frederic, Matthias Bussonnier, Paul Ivanov SymPy Matthew Rocklin Teaching spatial analysis using python David Folch Teaching the SciPy Stack Christopher Barker
06:30PM

July 10, 2014

  Grand Ballroom Room 203 Room 204 Room 106
01:30PM Geospatial Data and Analysis Stack Serge Rey Emacs and Python BoF Julien Chastang NumPy Kyle Mandli Interactive visualization in the browser David I. Ketcheson
02:15PM
05:30PM
06:30PM