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Lecture notes for Python 2 at University of Freiburg.

Project description

Supplementary material, lecture notes and exercises for the Python II lecture at University of Freiburg.

This module will install all requirements needed for the lecture.

Installation

Basically, all lectures are in the .ipynb format of version 4. Therefore you need Jupyter to view them. The most straitforward way to install the package is using pip from your desired target environment like:

pip install felis_python2

This will install the requirements and the lecture notes to the site-packages folder of the target Python environment. The module does include some auxiliary functions to use the notebooks from there. Alternatively, it can also be downloaded from github and installed manually like:

~$ git clone https://github.com/mmaelicke/felis_python2.git
~$ cd felis_python2
~$ pip install -r requirements.txt
~$ cd lectures
~$ jupyter notebook

Usage

There are also two auxiliary functions included in the package. If installed using pip, felis_python2 can be imported. The run function will start a Jupyter notebook server at the correct location and open a browser. The copy function takes a path and will copy the lecute notes notebooks to that specific path.

from felis_python2 import run, copy

# to copy the notebooks to another location
copy('my/new/location')

# to run them from the site-packages
run()

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