Visualization - John Naulty, Ross Barnowski, Biye Jiang, Jennifer Jones

September 16, 2015 at 5-6:30pm in BIDS, 190 Doe Library


Meeting Info

John Naulty


Ross Barnowski

… likes computers


Install: pip install pyqtgraph

Demo: python -m pyqtgraph.examples

Description of pyqtgraph

My Take: pyqtgraph is less user-friendly than matplotlib (esp. the documentation; the gallery contains far fewer examples and doesn’t do a good job of covering all of the possible features and uses of pyqtgraph), but is very feature-rich and more performance-oriented, despite still being pure python. There are several scenarios in which pyqtgraph is definitely worth looking into:

Jennifer Jones

This is my Bio

Biye Jiang

I am a third year CS PhD at Cal, working with Prof. John Canny, on topics like making machine learing more easier to use. Checkout our BIDMach project.

Here is the ipython notebook I will use in the talk. This will be similar to our data science class.

Discussion: Topic Description

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Please place any tutorial materials in the master branch of this repository and link to them from this post like so. For help and questions, please file an issue or email Katy.

Lightning Talks

Finally, there will be a time for a couple of Lightning Talks, which are 5-10 minute blasts of information about a particular topic or question of interest to the group. This topic can be anything useful, new, or interesting to scientists who compute. It may be some new skill you have recently picked up in your research, a productivity tool you have recently learned to love, a quick demo of a useful library, or anything you feel we would enjoy learning.
Note that the lightning talk time is a good way to bring a question to the group. If you have a bug you need help with, here’s the place to ask many ears about it at once.

Name : Topic

Notes and links

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Notes and links