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Leveraging the Power of Python in Data Analysis
Posted Mon June 23, 2008 @09:10PM
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Announcements If you would like to learn how to extend your data analysis, we invite you to attend this upcoming webinar to be held Thursday June 26, 2008 at 11am PDT.

In this presentation we will describe the process of developing Python scripts in visualization software, so you can view results more quickly and easily than ever before.

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Topics include:
  • Easy workflow automation
  • Strategies for script development
  • Outputting presentation quality images and animations

Python scripting was added to Tecplot software specifically for engineers who require additional analysis (FFTs, splines, statistical functions, etc.) or more scripting flexibility than macro writing/recording. Come and learn how to take full advantage of it in your work.

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