Python library for the University of Edinburgh's [T@Ed Timetabling Service][ted].
**Disclaimer: This library has not been condoned by the University of Edinburgh.**
`python-ted` is built by students, and simply scrapes the existing timetable web service,
since no APIs or timetabling data have been released by the university.
pip install python-ted
>>> import icalendar
>>> import ted
# Initialise client and download course-list
>>> timetable = ted.Client()
# Regex match against course list:
>>> import re
[<Course: INFR08015 (Informatics 1 - Data and Analysis)>, <Course: ...>, ...]
[<Course: INFR08015 (Informatics 1 - Data and Analysis)>]
# Get a specific course by course-code
<Course: INFR08015 (Informatics 1 - Data and Analysis)>
>>> timetable.course(code='invalid course code')
Each `Course` object has 3 main attributes:
- `title`: human-readable course name.
- `code`: University of Edinburgh course code (seen on timetables or exam scripts).
- `identifier`: T@Ed-specific course identifier.
>>> course = timetable.course(code='INFR08015')
# Scrape T@Ed for list of weekly course events, and build an ical calendar
>>> events = timetable.events(course)
>>> cal = timetable.calendar(events)
# Render calendar to a bytestring
- Get API access for T@Ed.
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