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UCF Physics: AST 5765/4762: (Advanced) Astronomical Data Analysis Fall 2009 Lecture Notes: 5. Python Data and Programming 1 Check In: 10:30 — 10:35, 5 min Questions before we start? How to find homework evaluations 2 Basic Python Demos: 10:35 — 10:45, 10 min Demo: 02pythonintro.py Quick demo from Matplotlib tutorial 3 Python Basic Data Types: 10:45 — 11:05, 20 min Demo: 03pythonbasics.py what is a variable? string, int, long, float none and type in-class exercises: what is the largest number Python can hold? what is the smallest positive number Python can hold? what is the most negative number Python can hold? what is the largest negative number Python can hold? int, float, or complex give the defaultprecision for that type numpy supports many more types and precisions 4 Python Basic Container Data Types: 11:05 — 11:15, 10 min Lists Tuples Dictionaries 1
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