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Phys 258, 2013.04.08 A. Warburton 1 Lecture 9 Announcements Discussion of Solutions to Quiz #2 Course Topical Summary Final Remarks
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Phys 258, 2013.04.08 A. Warburton 2 Announcements McGill Mercury Online Course Evaluations (Important!) Activated March 25 th – April 16 th McGill administration is sending out automated reminders We also strongly encourage instructors and departments to use every means available to remind students as well ( i.e .: in-class announcements, e-mail, course website postings (myCourses)) . You may wish to remind students that data from student course evaluations are used for [professor] merit and renewal decisions, … [also teaching awards] Please make a distinction between lectures and labs I intend to grant permission for students to have access to the numerical portion of the course evaluation Honours / Majors Physics Streams Informal poll: impressions about current configuration (fully separate course offerings)
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Phys 258, 2013.04.08 A. Warburton 3 Course Summary and Closing Remarks (I) A main goal of the lecture component of this course has been to provide exposure to some of the many computing tools available to physicists for conducting experiments, analyzing data, and presenting results. Some of the covered topics, computing and otherwise, include the following: Moving files between networked computers of any flavour: [s] ftp – file transfer protocol.
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Phys 258, 2013.04.08 A. Warburton 4 Course Summary and Closing Remarks (II) Further topics on the MATLAB scientific graphing and analysis package: Importing text data from other computing environments; Comparing multiple datasets: – Overlaying – Interpolating
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