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Python 1st year after exam

Course Notes - read first : ph2150_notes_2016.pdf (25 pages)

Additional more comphrensive notes (reference, 300 pages) Numpy/Scipy notes

In the post exam week the introduction will cover the following topics:

Lecture 1: Lecture1.pptx

Lecture 2: lecture2-2016.ppt

Lecture 3: Lecture_3.pptx

  1. Introduction
    • Starting python and getting used to the environment
    • Python as a calculator
    • Problem sheet 1, due end of first python session in the Autumn term PH2150-2016-PS1.pdf
  2. Functions
    • Write your own functions to do something useful
    • Use functions already defined in python or python libraries
  3. Lists
    • Lists to store data
    • Functions on lists
  4. Control structures
    • Conditionals (==, etc)
    • if, for, while
    • Arrays
    • Problem Sheet 2, due beginning of week 2 Autumn term PH2150-2016-PS2.pdf
    • Data and mathematical data structures
  5. Plotting
  6. Advanced plotting

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Topic revision: r9 - 02 Jun 2016 - AndrewCasey

 
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