[SciPy-user] Today's Scientific Computing Webinar
Fri Jul 17 09:52:58 CDT 2009
Registration for today's Scientific Computing with Python webinar will
be open until the webinar begins at 1:00pm CDT (6pm UTC). Join us!
July 17th: Step-by-step Chaco
On Friday, July 17th, we'll be taking a look at Chaco, an component of
our open-source Enthought Tool Suite.
It seems that this powerful tool impressed participants at last
month's webinar, as numerous attendees responded with "Cool!! But how
can I do that?" So Peter Wang, Enthought's Director of Technical
Architecture, has offered to pick up where he left off last month and
give a step-by step introduction to Chaco. This will include a closer
examination of the code and more in-depth guidance on how use it for
visualizing your data with 2D plotting.
This event will take place on Friday, July 17th at 1:00pm CDT (6pm
UTC) and will last 60 to 90 minutes, depending on the questions asked.
If you would like to participate, please register at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/158182457
Can't get enough scientific computing with Python?
This Scientific Computing with Python series focuses on the free and
open-source Enthought Tool Suite and and should not be confused with
our EPD webinar series. The latter is meant to provide customized
support for our EPD Basic or above subscribers, and we initially
intended for it to be closed to the public. Many non-subscribers have
expressed interest in the series, however, so we have decided to allow
non-subscribers to add their name to a waiting list for each EPD
webinar. While EPD subscribers will be guaranteed entry and attendance
will be capped at 35, we'll draw names from the waiting lists to
available seats. These webinars are more intimate, with participatory
demonstrations and VOIP question and answer available to attendees,
and we think it's a great opportunity for us to support the broader
SciPy community. For details, seehttp://www.enthought.com/training/webinars.php
Thanks, and see you Friday!
The Enthought Team
Scientific Computing Solutions
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