A hybrid panel-seminar series that happens once a month. It's produced primarily by some of the software staff at NSLS-II and a partner organization called Don't Use This Code, and has the objective of helping to get scientists and students in the National Lab community more comfortable with best practices in Python! If you're at all interested in learning more about Python and how you can use it more effectively in your own work, then this is for you.You can find out more about it, and get the meeting links, here: meetup.doepy.org. To stay up to date with the recurring events, sign up for the mailing list. The next one is September 28th at 5 pm Eastern, and the website is kept up to date with the videos of our meetings.
Join us Wednesday, September 28th at 5pm EDT!
“The napari n-dimensional array viewer”
Juan Nunez-Iglasias and Draga Doncila Pop
They will discuss napari, a Python package for fast array visualization that is equally comfortable working with 2D, 3D, and higher-dimensional image data. Napari can overlay images with the results of downstream processing steps, enabling quality control as well as manual intervention at critical stages — a workflow that previously involved shuttling of data between disparate tools.
They will also discuss napari's plugin interface, which can be used to extend its functionality, and to distribute new tools and methods to collaborators (who may have less Python experience) and the broader scientific community.
Deadline: Oct. 15, 2022, midnight