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PUG@Penn (Python Users Group) brings together members of the Penn community interested in or already working with the popular open-source programming language Python. This drop-in, informal, collaboratively-oriented group meets once per month to experiment and explore the many uses for Python across academic disciplines and industries. All are welcome - no prior experience with Python required! Whether you’re looking to get started on a new project, troubleshoot a current one, or discuss and learn about useful Python tools, applications, and libraries, you’ll find support and community in PUG@Penn.

Related LibGuide: Python by Cynthia Heider

Thursday, April 6, 2023
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Room 114: Goldstein Electronic Classroom
Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center
Digital Scholarship, Python
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What we'll do:

The first 20 minutes of each session will be feature project presentations, short talks, or exploration of a particular Python library/module. The remainder of the meetup will be reserved for co-working and collaborative project work.

This month, Cara Cuiule and Eunji Oh from Wharton Research Data Services will discuss their Python-based processes for ETL (extract, transform, load) and analysis of financial data.

What to bring:
Please bring a computer. You do not need to have Python installed, or have any prior knowledge or experience working with Python.

For more info and updates:
Register for our email list at https://bit.ly/pugatpenn

Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Cynthia Heider
PUG@Penn (Python Users Group) Meetup