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Python in Geoscience

Episode #163, published Fri, May 25, 2018, recorded Thu, May 3, 2018.

This episode is carbon neutral.
Learn how Python is being used in research to understand the inner workings of the Earth. This week, you'll meet Lindsey Heagy, a PhD student in geophysics at the University of British Columbia. She shares how she is using Python to solve these computational problems along with an amazing framework for viewing scientific writing itself through the lens of Python and open source.

Links from the show

Lindsey on Twitter: @lindsey_jh
Simpeg: simpeg.xyz
Simpeg example: twitter.com/rowancockett/status/989361802893967360
GeoSci: geosci.xyz
Properties: propertiespy.readthedocs.io
Using Open Source Tools to Refactor Geoscience Education: youtube
EarthPy: earthpy.org

Extras
My MongoDB workshop: mongodb.com/webinar/python
Anvil: talkpython.fm/anvil
My Anvil App (from course): pypoint-100days.anvilapp.net
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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Lindsey Heagy
Lindsey Heagy
Lindsey Heagy is a PhD student in #geophysics at UBC, where she works on @simpegpy, @geoscixyz.
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