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I’d be very interested in hearing a “state of matplotlib” talk.

···

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Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial. Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to attend the conference this year, so perhaps someone else might be willing to step in and give it this year?

Note that my tutorial is geared for beginners. So there is still plenty of opportunity for someone else to submit a tutorial for more advanced users!

Cheers!

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Hi everyone,

Is someone submitting a tutorial on matplotlib? The call for tutorial is open, and I think it would be nice to have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

N

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I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:

  • FSA

  • nbagg/notebook

  • new default colors

  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh

  • better toolbar

  • better interactive OO

  • improved docs

I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else wants to do it.

Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben’s second on his tutorial?

···

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Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial. Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to attend the conference this year, so perhaps someone else might be willing to step in and give it this year?

Note that my tutorial is geared for beginners. So there is still plenty of opportunity for someone else to submit a tutorial for more advanced users!

Cheers!

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Hi everyone,

Is someone submitting a tutorial on matplotlib? The call for tutorial is open, and I think it would be nice to have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

N

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This sounds great.� Unfortunately, I can’t attend Scipy this year
due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,
Mike
···

On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell
wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:

� - FSA

� - nbagg/notebook

� - new default colors

� - style module

and should have a couple more by July

� - sane serialize/deserialize�+ interop with plotly/bokeh

� - better toolbar

� - better interactive OO

� - improved docs

      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29�Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
anybody planning on submitting anything relating
specifically to matplotlib, and wonder if we should do a
“state of matplotlib” type talk similar to the one Mike
did 2 years ago.

              On 13 March 2015 at 02:05,

Benjamin Root <ben.root@…553…>
wrote:

                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
give it this year?

                      Note that my tutorial is geared for

beginners. So there is still plenty of
opportunity for someone else to submit a
tutorial for more advanced users!

Cheers!

Ben Root

                        On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 6:46 PM, Nelle

Varoquaux <nelle.varoquaux@…149…>
wrote:

Hi everyone,

                              Is someone submitting a tutorial on

matplotlib? The call for tutorial is
open, and I think it would be nice to
have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

N

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Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

···

On 13 March 2015 at 02:05,
Benjamin Root <ben.root@…553…>
wrote:

                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
give it this year?

                      Note that my tutorial is geared for

beginners. So there is still plenty of
opportunity for someone else to submit a
tutorial for more advanced users!

Cheers!

Ben Root


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Varoquaux <nelle.varoquaux@…149…>
wrote:

Hi everyone,

                              Is someone submitting a tutorial on

matplotlib? The call for tutorial is
open, and I think it would be nice to
have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

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Who is planning on coming this year?
Cheers,
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···

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a 'state of the library' talk and do not
want to do both.

Tom

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 5:06 PM Michael Droettboom <mdroe@...31...> > wrote:

This sounds great. Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year due to
a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put together and
review materials beforehand.

Cheers,
Mike

On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell wrote:

I also think we should have a 'state of the library' talk.

We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  - FSA
  - nbagg/notebook
  - new default colors
  - style module

and should have a couple more by July
  - sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  - better toolbar
  - better interactive OO
  - improved docs

I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and am willing
to give this talk, but will defer if someone else wants to do it.

Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his tutorial?

On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga Botvinnik <obotvinn@...170...> wrote:

I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of matplotlib" talk.

On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil Elson <pelson.pub@...149...> wrote:

Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in this thread would be a good
idea. I'd be happy to help anybody planning on submitting anything relating
specifically to matplotlib, and wonder if we should do a "state of
matplotlib" type talk similar to the one Mike did 2 years ago.

On 13 March 2015 at 02:05, Benjamin Root <ben.root@...553...> wrote:

Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and requested "Anatomy of
Matplotlib" tutorial. Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to attend
the conference this year, so perhaps someone else might be willing to step
in and give it this year?

Note that my tutorial is geared for beginners. So there is still
plenty of opportunity for someone else to submit a tutorial for more
advanced users!

Cheers!
Ben Root

On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 6:46 PM, Nelle Varoquaux < >>>>> nelle.varoquaux@...149...> wrote:

Hi everyone,

Is someone submitting a tutorial on matplotlib? The call for
tutorial is open, and I think it would be nice to have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,
N

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Cheers!

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···

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Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 5:06 PM Michael Droettboom <mdroe@…31…> wrote:

This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

Mike
  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
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            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
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                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
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                              Is someone submitting a tutorial on

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Cheers,

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Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

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This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
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Cheers,

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  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

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wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

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            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

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Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

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This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

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  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…1262… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…272…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
anybody planning on submitting anything relating
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                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
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Hi everyone,

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Joe,

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+1 from me. I suspect many people got their start learning mpl from you on SO :wink:

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If you don’t mind a “non-core” person doing the tutorial, I’ll be there this year, and I’d be happy to be Ben’s backup for teaching it.

Cheers!

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On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 9:17 PM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…> wrote:

Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 5:06 PM Michael Droettboom <mdroe@…1103…> wrote:

This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

Mike
  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
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requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
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someone else might be willing to step in and
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Cheers,

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+1 from me. I suspect many people got their start learning mpl from you on SO :wink:

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On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 7:17 PM Joe Kington <joferkington@…149…> wrote:

If you don’t mind a “non-core” person doing the tutorial, I’ll be there this year, and I’d be happy to be Ben’s backup for teaching it.

Cheers!

-Joe

On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 9:17 PM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…> wrote:

Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 5:06 PM Michael Droettboom <mdroe@…1103…> wrote:

This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

Mike
  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
anybody planning on submitting anything relating
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“state of matplotlib” type talk similar to the one Mike
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                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
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Cheers!

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Hi everyone,

                              Is someone submitting a tutorial on

matplotlib? The call for tutorial is
open, and I think it would be nice to
have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

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Hi

I am expecting to be at Scipy but I have already volunteered to help out with the Software carpentry tutorials.

I have the impression that they might have more helpers than needed in which case I would be happy to help with the Matplotlib tutorials.

Jens

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+1 from me. I suspect many people got their start learning mpl from you on SO :wink:

Tom

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If you don’t mind a “non-core” person doing the tutorial, I’ll be there this year, and I’d be happy to be Ben’s backup for teaching it.

Cheers!

-Joe

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Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 5:06 PM Michael Droettboom <mdroe@…1103…> wrote:

This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

Mike
  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
anybody planning on submitting anything relating
specifically to matplotlib, and wonder if we should do a
“state of matplotlib” type talk similar to the one Mike
did 2 years ago.


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                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
give it this year?

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beginners. So there is still plenty of
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tutorial for more advanced users!

Cheers!

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wrote:

Hi everyone,

                              Is someone submitting a tutorial on

matplotlib? The call for tutorial is
open, and I think it would be nice to
have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

N

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I will be there for the tutorials doing the shell part of software carpentry but I am available to help you with the matplotlib tutorial if you can use any additional help

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On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 4:52 PM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…> wrote:

+1 from me. I suspect many people got their start learning mpl from you on SO :wink:

Tom

On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 7:17 PM Joe Kington <joferkington@…149…> wrote:

If you don’t mind a “non-core” person doing the tutorial, I’ll be there this year, and I’d be happy to be Ben’s backup for teaching it.

Cheers!

-Joe

On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 9:17 PM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…> wrote:

Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 5:06 PM Michael Droettboom <mdroe@…1103…> wrote:

This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

Mike
  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
anybody planning on submitting anything relating
specifically to matplotlib, and wonder if we should do a
“state of matplotlib” type talk similar to the one Mike
did 2 years ago.


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                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
give it this year?

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beginners. So there is still plenty of
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Cheers!

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wrote:

Hi everyone,

                              Is someone submitting a tutorial on

matplotlib? The call for tutorial is
open, and I think it would be nice to
have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

N

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Cheers,

-Joe

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Hi Ben and Joe,

I will be there for the tutorials doing the shell part of software carpentry but I am available to help you with the matplotlib tutorial if you can use any additional help

Jens

tir. 31. mar. 2015 kl. 17.07 skrev Jens Nielsen <jenshnielsen@…149…>:

Hi

I am expecting to be at Scipy but I have already volunteered to help out with the Software carpentry tutorials.

I have the impression that they might have more helpers than needed in which case I would be happy to help with the Matplotlib tutorials.

Jens

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Joe, it would be great to have you as a co-presenter.

Nelle, I am guessing I should contact Krystyn to update my proposal to include Joe?

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+1 from me. I suspect many people got their start learning mpl from you on SO :wink:

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If you don’t mind a “non-core” person doing the tutorial, I’ll be there this year, and I’d be happy to be Ben’s backup for teaching it.

Cheers!

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Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

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This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

Mike
  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
anybody planning on submitting anything relating
specifically to matplotlib, and wonder if we should do a
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                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
Now, I am not entirely sure I will be able to
attend the conference this year, so perhaps
someone else might be willing to step in and
give it this year?

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beginners. So there is still plenty of
opportunity for someone else to submit a
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Cheers!

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Hi everyone,

                              Is someone submitting a tutorial on

matplotlib? The call for tutorial is
open, and I think it would be nice to
have one on matplotlib.

Cheers,

N

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Absolutely! Assuming Ben’s okay with it, I think we could definitely use the help!

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Hi Ben and Joe,

I will be there for the tutorials doing the shell part of software carpentry but I am available to help you with the matplotlib tutorial if you can use any additional help

Jens

tir. 31. mar. 2015 kl. 17.07 skrev Jens Nielsen <jenshnielsen@…149…>:

Hi

I am expecting to be at Scipy but I have already volunteered to help out with the Software carpentry tutorials.

I have the impression that they might have more helpers than needed in which case I would be happy to help with the Matplotlib tutorials.

Jens

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Joe, it would be great to have you as a co-presenter.

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+1 from me. I suspect many people got their start learning mpl from you on SO :wink:

Tom

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If you don’t mind a “non-core” person doing the tutorial, I’ll be there this year, and I’d be happy to be Ben’s backup for teaching it.

Cheers!

-Joe

On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 9:17 PM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell@…149…> wrote:

Ben,

Have you sorted out if you can make scipy this year and does anyone want to be back up on teaching the tutorial?

It seems a shame to not have a mpl tutorial available.

I am probably going to submit a ‘state of the library’ talk and do not want to do both.

Tom

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 5:06 PM Michael Droettboom <mdroe@…1103…> wrote:

This sounds great.  Unfortunately, I can't attend Scipy this year

due to a family commitment, but would be more than happy to help put
together and review materials beforehand.

Cheers,

Mike
  On 03/26/2015 10:59 AM, Thomas Caswell

wrote:

I also think we should have a ‘state of the library’ talk.

    We definitely have a few important things to announce/show off:
  • FSA
  • nbagg/notebook
  • new default colors
  • style module

and should have a couple more by July

  • sane serialize/deserialize + interop with plotly/bokeh
  • better toolbar
  • better interactive OO
  • improved docs
      I will be there for the main conference and the sprints and

am willing to give this talk, but will defer if someone else
wants to do it.

      Does anyone want to volunteer to be Ben's second on his

tutorial?

    On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:46 PM Olga

Botvinnik <obotvinn@…170… >
wrote:

        I'd be very interested in hearing a "state of

matplotlib" talk.

        On Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 11:29 Phil

Elson <pelson.pub@…149… >
wrote:

            Orchestrating MPL tutorials and talks in

this thread would be a good idea. I’d be happy to help
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                      Yes, I plan to submit my time-honored, and

requested “Anatomy of Matplotlib” tutorial.
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