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NYC LOCAL: Thursday 13 September 2012 NYLUG: Hannah Aizenman on Using Py
NYC LOCAL: Thursday 13 September 2012 NYLUG: Hannah Aizenman on Using Python for Big Data
9 Sep 2012 23:26:49 -0400
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Ben Klemens' not insane book Modelling With Data:
Sharon Bertsch McGrayne's The Theory That Would Not Die:
David Barber's Bayesian Reasoning and Machine Learning:
Judea Pearl's Causality, Second Edition:
CompTop, Stanford's Applied and Computational Algebraic Topology Group,
J. S. Bell's Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics:
Math Babe Cathy O'Neil:
note="Software Freedom Day is 15 September 2012.
There will be gathering at NYU starting at 7:00 pm:
Jay Sulzberger may rant on
Routers, Law, Invisible History, Universal Conspiracy, and
Our Right To Own A Computer">
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To: NYLUG Announcements <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2012 16:12:40 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: [nylug-announce] NYLUG Presents: 9/13 @ 6:30PM Hannah Aizenman on
Intro on Using Python for Big Data
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Thursday, September 13, 2012
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Chelsea Market Office
75 Ninth Ave, 2nd Floor
NY, NY 10011
*** RSVP Closes at 12:00 PM the day of the meeting (sharp!) ***
Please RSVP for EVERY meeting at this time.
Register at http://rsvp.nylug.org/ or http://www.meetup.com/nylug-meetings/
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Intro on Using Python for Big Data
An overview of the Python scientific computing stack, with a focus on
working with very large datasets. I'll try to introduce the most widely
used libraries for scientific computing, Numpy and Scipy, discuss
techniques for using them with big data, and touch on some of the machine
learning techniques (and possibly libraries) for reducing large data into
something manageable. Then I'll go over how to make some of the most
common data visualization tasks (plotting a time-series or mapped data
using matplotlib) dynamic and web-based.
About Hannah Aizenman:
Hannah Aizenman is working on a PhD in Computer Science at The Graduate
Center, CUNY. Her research is in using machine learning to make sense of
and visualize large, mostly climate, datasets, and she's spent the past two
summers writing related web apps. Hannah's also a sometime NYLUG
workshop/hacking society coordinator.
Please note that this meeting will be held at Google Chelsea Market Office
at 75 Ninth Ave, 2nd Floor, NY, NY 10011.
You must RSVP for this meeting at http://rsvp.nylug.org or
Swag (Give Away):
During/after the meeting... unusually terrific swag may be given
After the meeting ... You may wish to join up with other NYLUGgers
for drinks and pub food. This month we are trying McKennas Pub at
250 West 14th Street.
Coding Workshops/Hacking Society:
This is a group of people that wants to learn about and work on coding
in Python, Smalltalk, Ruby, C++, LaTeX, and other languages, and hack on
There will also be help given for those who wish to install Linux for the
Hardware hacking projects are also welcome, and we can also teach people
the basics of hacking with Arduino and other open source hardware.
Sometimes they go out to eat afterward.
Bring something to show off and discuss!
The workshops meet every other Tuesday, at the NY Public Library,
Hudson Park Branch. 66 Leroy St. NY NY from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Next meetings are September 11, and September 25.
See the calendar at: http://nylug.org/hackcalendar
Please see our home page at http://www.nylug.org for the HTMLized
version of this announcement, our archives, and a lot of other good
Participate in drafting NYLUG's charter:
nylug-announce mailing list email@example.com
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Jay Sulzberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
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