Python Users’ Group (PUG)

Python Users’ Group (PUG) meetings offer a space for experimentation and exploration with the Python programming language, which is used by many researchers in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences for processing data, performing text analysis, creating web applications, and a myriad of other purposes.

Whether you’re new to programming or use Python regularly as part of your research, PUG is a place to drop in, ask questions, and work collaboratively with other Python users at the GC. PUG is equally well-suited for new users looking for advice, advanced researchers who have specific issues they’d like to solve, and in-betweeners who have gone through the tutorials and now want to figure out how to apply it to their work.

Registration is not required, although we encourage you to bring your own laptop.

In Spring 2017, PUG will meet Wednesdays from 12:00 – 2:00 PM in the Digital Scholarship Lab, room 7414.

To learn more, check out our recap of a PUG session on Tagging the Tower, the GC Digital Fellows’ Blog.

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