Programming in Python
- Friday 19 November 2021
- The course consists of three sessions on 19th & 26th November and 3rd December; the online sessions will last 3 hours 09:30-12:30.
This course offers a basic and accessible introduction to programming in Python, aimed specifically at researchers and teachers without prior coding skills. Due to limited capacity, we can only offer this course to staff affiliated with Leiden University.
During three interactive weeks, this course will explain the core features of the Python programming language, including topics such as variables, data types and control structures. Additionally, participants will learn about the main techniques that can be used to clean, enrich, analyse and visualise data.
The training consists of three sessions on 19th & 26th November and 3rd December; the online sessions will last 3 hours 09:30-12:30.
The training is fully booked and a waiting list has already been set up.
For more information on the contents of the course or the waiting list, you can send an email to email@example.com
What you'll learn
- Installing Python and running code via the command line
- Jupyter notebooks
- Variables and data types
- Control structures
- Lists and dictionaries
- Working with String
- Functions, modules and libraries
- Working with files and folders
- Regular expressions
The course consists of three sessions of three hours each. Participants are also requested to do some background reading and to carry out simple coding tasks as homework. The total workload is estimated at about 20 hours.
Approximately two weeks before the start all registered participants will receive practical instructions on how to prepare for the course.