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PHYS 2001

Introduction to Scientific Programming, Data Analysis, and Visualization for Physicists
Credit Hours:
2 hours

A hands-on introduction to practical computer programming, data analysis, and data visualization for physics majors. Students learn the fundamentals of developing, debugging, and running programs in Python or another similar high-level programming language. Students will be exposed to multiple example problems of particular importance to physics. No prior programming experience is assumed.

This course is a "module" designed to meet weekly as often as a regular three-credit course, but not for the duration of the entire semester.

Offered every year.

Prerequisite or Corequisite:
PHYS 1311-1311L or PHYS 1211-1211L

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