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Data wrangling in Python (in-person)

In-person registration (for online, please fill in this form instead)

Date: Friday, 27 January 2023.
Time: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Location: Burnside Hall room 1104 (11th floor).
Instructor: Mathilde Jutras, PhD student, Dep. of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences & Earth and Planetary Sciences, McGill.


Overview: Data wrangling is a crucial step in the preparation of data before performing analyses. This workshop is designed to teach how to manipulate data in Python. We will cover data structure, data manipulation, and simple data analysis.
At the end of the workshop, you will be able to:
   > Import csv and .txt data;
   > Extract data from a matrix based on different types of criteria;
   > Deal with missing values;
   > Apply simple operations to a matrix of data.
   ·  Basic knowledge of how to execute simple Python scripts, understanding of the different types of variables and knowledge of how to load and use libraries. Notions covered in the CDSI Introduction to programming in Python tutorial are sufficient.
   ·  You need to bring your own laptop for this workshop. Install Anaconda on your computer. You can find installation instructions here. Please contact us (cdsi.science [at] mcgill.ca) if you are having trouble with installation. Contact us if you would like to attend but it's impossible for you to bring a laptop.



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