The Modern Lab Notebook

I’ve just uploaded my longest YouTube video yet!

Entitled The Modern Lab Notebook: Scientific computing with Jupyter and Python, it’s a two-and-a-quarter hour blockbuster! But you can think of it as three or four tutorial seminars rolled into one: no need to watch it in one sitting, and no need to watch it all! It starts with the basics, and builds up from there.

It’s intended for people who have some Python programming experience, but know little about the libraries that have become so popular recently in numerical analysis and data science. Or for people who may even have used them — pasted some code into a Jupyter notebook as part of a college exercise, say — but not really understood what was going on behind the scenes.

This is for you. I hope you find it useful!

Watch it full-screen, and turn the resolution up 🙂

Also available on Vimeo.

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3 Comments

Hello sir, while running the code !dir .*{jpg,png} in the notebook, I’m getting the message ‘File not found’ even though there is a png file in the current directory. Please help/

Just started learning scientific computing. Hoping to make it through the whole video.
Will get back to you again after completing the learning session, Quentin.
Thank you for making this video.

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