The aim of the courses is to show that anybody can build software for the lab. Our intensive 3-day courses cover the basics of working with Python to distributing packages with built-in documentation.
Developing control software for labs with Python is becoming ubiquitous in all major research institutes around the world. Learn from real-world cases, with real devices and measurements. The courses are aimed at small groups of 5 people in order to deliver personalized content to every attendant.
Do you want to have a personalized course according to the specific needs of your lab? We can work something out together, drop us a line: firstname.lastname@example.org
The courses are aimed at participants who are comfortable analyzing data with Python or Matlab. If you already know how to open and read files, how to iterate over an array and write an if-statement, then you are ready to join. The course is hands-on from the first moment; you will receive a real device on the first day and by the end of the third day you will have an amazing user interface for interacting with it. While the course progresses you can keep the device to practice at home or in the office.
Advanced Python for the Lab
Group of 5 people
Introduction Python for the Lab
Group of 7 people
Copy of the book
Build a GUI
Git for Scientists
Up to 10 people
1: Prices per person, not including taxes.
2: Includes a copy of the book: Python for the Lab.
3: Lunch is included.
Our courses are given at Meet Berlage, a beautiful venue just 5 minutes away from Amsterdam Central Station.
Do you prefer a course at your own institute? Drop us a line at email@example.com or through the form below.
From packages to software and libraries. Discover new tools to become more efficient.
We can develop courses around your own needs. From specific devices to applications.
Join a growing community. Learn how to ask for help and where to look for answers.
Our manuals cover much more than the topics in the class, for you to keep learning on your own.
Learn how to design the structure of your code for making it reusable and extendable
Don't think that everything in the lab is black and white. Learn how to build user interfaces.
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