Participants are encouraged to present their own code or give informal presentations on topics that interest them (no expertise needed–these are exploratory sessions). If you’d like to present, please contact the coordinators and we’ll put you on the schedule.

January 22nd

Brainstorming the Working Group

January 29th

Introductory Meeting

February 5th

Basic Python Vocabulary

February 12th

Working with Strings (see Automate the Boring Stuff With Python Ch. 6)

February 19th

Continuing to Work with Strings

February 26th

Chapter 5 of Automate the Boring Stuff With Python

March 5th

Continuing to Work with Chapter 5 of Automate the Boring Stuff With Python: Dictionaries

March 12th

Project: Working with ‘pytesseract’

March 19th

Project: Working with ‘pytesseract’ (2)

March 26th

Project: Working with ‘pytesseract’ (3)

April 2nd

Project: Working with ‘pytesseract’ (4)

April 9th

Project: Analyzing Stylistics in a Journal Corpus

April 16th

No Meeting

April 23rd

Project: Analyzing Stylistics in a Journal Corpus (2)

April 30th

Project: Analyzing Stylistics in a Journal Corpus (3)

May 7th

No Meeting

May 15th

Our first semester: a summary

May 22nd

Brainstorming session

May 29th

Project: Analyzing Stylistics in a Journal Corpus (4)

June 5th

No meeting (HILT)

June 11th (Monday instead of Tuesday)

Canceled (most regular participants would not have been able to attend today’s session)

June 19th

Project: Analyzing Stylistics in a Journal Corpus (5)

SUMMER BREAK

September 17th

Introductory meeting/brainstorming session

September 24th

No meeting

October 1st

Python basics

October 8th

Python basics

October 15th

Python basics

October 22nd

Python basics: lists and dictionaries

October 29th

Python basics: strings and beyond

November 5th

Python basics: while- and for loops

November 12th

Python basics: functions

November 19th

Python basics: “Fantasy Game Inventory” (chapter 5, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python)

November 26th

Python basics: “List to Dictionary Function for Fantasy Game Inventory” (chapter 5, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python)

December 3rd

Presentation: Florian Breitkopf

WINTER BREAK