[SciPy-user] Join us for "Scientific Computing with Python Webinar"

Kenneth Arnold kenneth.arnold@gmail....
Wed May 20 09:53:55 CDT 2009

This is a great idea! Will the presentations be archived? Even an unedited
screen capture could be very helpful for people who can't make the time,
have technical issues with the meeting software, or need to review the
details later.


On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 10:45 AM, Travis Oliphant <oliphant@enthought.com>wrote:

> Hello all Python users:
> I am pleased to announce the beginning of a free Webinar series that
> discusses using Python for scientific computing.   Enthought will host this
> free series  which will take place once a month for 30-45 minutes.   The
> schedule and length may change based on participation feedback, but for now
> it is scheduled for the fourth Friday of every month.     This free webinar
> should not be confused with the EPD webinar on the first Friday of each
> month which is open only to subscribers to the Enthought Python
> Distribution.
> I (Travis Oliphant) will be the first speaker at this continuing series.  I
> plan to present a brief (10-15) minute talk on reading binary files with
> NumPy using memory mapped arrays and structured data-types.  This talk will
> be followed by a demonstration of Chaco for interactive 2-d visualization
> and Mayavi for interactive 3-d visualization.   Both Chaco and Mayavi are
> open-source tools and part of the Enthought Tool Suite.  They can be
> conveniently installed using the Enthought Python Distribution.   Topics for
> future webinars will be chosen later based on participant feedback.
> This event will take place on Friday at 3:00pm CDT and will last 30 to 45
> minutes depending on questions asked.   Space is limited at this event.   If
> you would like to participate, please register by going to
> https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/422340144 or by clicking on the
> appropriate link in the attached announcement.
> There will be a 10 minute technical help session prior to the on-line
> meeting which you should plan to use if you have never participated in a
> GoToWebinar previously.  During this time you can test your connection and
> audio equipment as well as familiarize yourself with the GoTo Meeting
> software.
> I am looking forward to interacting with many of you this Friday.
> Best regards,
> Travis Oliphant
> Enthought, Inc.
> Enthought is the company that sponsored the creation of SciPy and the
> Enthought Tool Suite.  It continues to sponsor the SciPy community by
> hosting the SciPy mailing list and website and participating in the
> development of SciPy and NumPy.      Enthought creates custom scientific and
> technical software applications and provides training on using Python for
> technical computing.   Enthought also provides the Enthought Python
> Distribution.   Learn more at http://www.enthought.com
> Travis Oliphant's bio can be read at
> http://www.enthought.com/company/executive-team.php
>  *
> *
>        Scientific Computing with Python Webinar                    Each
> webinar in this continuing series will demonstrate the use of some aspect of
> Python to assist with scientific, engineering, and technical computing.
> Enthought will host each meeting and select a specific topic based on
> feedback from participants     *Register for a session now by clicking a
> date below:*   Fri, May 22, 2009 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM CDT<https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/422340144>   Fri,
> Jun 19, 2009 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM CDT<https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/303689873>   Fri,
> Jul 17, 2009 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM CDT<https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/158182457>      Once
> registered you will receive an email confirming your registration
> with information you need to join the Webinar.    *System Requirements*
> PC-based attendees
> Required: Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista   Macintosh®-based
> attendees
> Required: Mac OS® X 10.4 (Tiger®) or newer
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