IPython Notebook/Project Jupyter Half day Workshop

Who: Titus Brown (lead instructor).

When: March 9, 2016

Times: 9:15am-12:15pm

Where: DSI Space, Shields Library UC Davis campus

Host: C. Titus Brown and Jessica Mizzi; contact Jessica Mizzi with any questions.

This workshop is open to everyone, including graduate students, postdocs, staff, faculty, and community members. We have extra space for UC Davis VetMed affiliates; contact the Jessica Mizzi if you are an SVM affiliate.


This half day workshop will introduce biologists to Project Jupyter (formerly IPython Notebook). We will assume some minimal experience with Python, but people new to IPython Notebook/Project Jupyter are welcome to attend!

Project Jupyter is a literate data analysis environment (similar to knitr and Shiny) that supports over 40 different programming languages, including R and Python both. It can be used to build reproducible analyses for publication, collaborate over distances on data analysis, and build interactive tutorials and homeworks around data analysis.

Installation/Preparation Instructions

Attendees should have:

  • A GitHub account
  • Chrome or Safari as a web browser

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