Python Advocacy Kit for Research Labs

The intent of this page is to collect ideas on what should be included in such a kit. Elsewhere, we are soliciting flyers and whitepapers which when finished will be used to make up advocacy kits.

Suppose you're a scientist or engineer in a research lab and you'd like to adopt Python in your modeling, analysis or visualization work. What materials would you need to make that happen?

This wiki page is a collection point - we will later relocate, organize with other related content and write abstracts about them so that others can find them more easily.

There is quite a mix of whitepapers above because it isn't possible to guess which topics the researcher might need. But by providing them all in a kit, the inside advocate can select those appropriate to his research facility.


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