Data Visualization with Pyprocessing

Simeon Franklin will briefly cover the concept of data visualisations with a couple of inspiring examples, describe the popular data visualization tool "Processing" and introduce pyprocessing, a port of the Processing drawing API to Python, by way of a couple of example programs he has written.

 

He will share the lessons that he has learned so far in creating data visualizations and discuss some drawbacks/workarounds specific to pyprocessing.

 

We have at least one lighting talk volunteer (Chen-Shan Chin on IPython hacks) and more would be good!

 

Simeon is a long time software developer, a long time Baypiggy, and recently became a full-time Python instructor for Marakana. He likes to fool around with Python in his spare time :)

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  • Jason C.

    some of the material of my lighting talk can be found from here, http://blogs.infoecho.net/echo/...­ happy hacking

    February 26, 2012

  • Glen J.

    Both the introductory talk and the main talk were very informative/helpful.

    February 24, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    good material
    very interesting

    February 24, 2012

  • George J J.

    Excellent presentation!

    February 24, 2012

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