Yesterday it happened the XXVI local meeting of the Python Users Group at Pernambuco (PUG-PE). In the occasion I had the opportunity to present two talks about scientific computing with python.
The first one was the lightweight framework for benchmark analysis on Python Scripts called Benchy, which I developed for about one week to help me on checking performance of several algorithms that I developed in Python. I covered the framework at my last post which can be found here.
Here are the slides for the presentation:
The second talk was about a new type of visualization that I developed for social network analysis in order to check the degree of connections between the users at the socialnetwork using their geolocation data to present in a map.
The result was beautiful plots using this new type of visualization. Amazing!
The slides are available here:
I hope you enjoy the slides, any further information feel free to comment!