[IPython-dev] notebook examples for presentation

Aaron Meurer asmeurer@gmail....
Wed Jun 27 12:36:24 CDT 2012

On Jun 27, 2012, at 11:01 AM, Chris Kees <cekees@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm looking for some presentable ipython notebooks that I can put on
> my ipython sandbox to show off some of the following capabilities:
> -Analysis  on data sets from  multiple (large) external databases
> -Pulling in google earth imagery and doing something real with it like
> overlaying additional information
> -Machine learning applied to large databases
> -Symbolic math supporting some kind of analysis

There are some notebooks in the SymPy git repository that might suit
your needs for this last point. They are in the examples directory.
They probably require the git version of SymPy, in case that's an
issue. One of the SymPy contributors also has a collection of
notebooks at https://github.com/raoulb/sympy_ipython_notebooks. These
may also require the git version of SymPy.

And I vaguely remember there being some example notebooks at ship with
IPython that may fit this and possibly some of your other bullet

Aaron Meurer

> Apologies in advance for blatant crowd sourcing. I've got the opportunity to
> present python and IPython as a core technology that my lab will
> consider as a part of a larger computational modeling strategy. I have
> my own examples of some of parallel models running in the notebooks
> but am weak on the items above, which I think will continue to grow in
> relevance to the kind of engineering analysis and R&D that is part of
> my lab's core business.
> Thanks,
> Chris
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