Tag Archives: Python

The Protein Structure Series: Post – VII

The final post in this series has been published as a screen cast on YouTube. The final code used in the video is Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that the research question was phrased in this way (see video) to make it easy to understand and to develop code to answer it. In the end… Read More »

The Protein Structure Series: Post – IV

Recap: Just to refresh for myself and all of you, what we have been looking at so far in the Protein Structure Series is understanding protein structures. While many text books already cover a lot of the basic stuff, these posts are especially structured for aspiring researchers who want to start working with protein structures… Read More »

Parallel programming with Python: Recalculating Pi

The previous post illustrated in a simple way the use of Python for scientific computing purposes. This article extends the previous post by introducing the concept of parallel programming. The previous example will be used, so if you haven’t run that yet, I suggest you do that now. Modifications will be made to the previous… Read More »

Python: A Monte Carlo simulation to calculate Pi

Building on the previous post, which covered a very simple example using a for loop, this post will take things up a notch. As discussed before, there are many resources available on the internet for learning Python. This blog doesn’t attempt to teach you Python. Instead it provides exposure on using the Python programming language… Read More »

Programming with Python: A simple example

Python: Python is a scripting language that is commonly used in scientific computing. Being popular amongst researchers and growing in popularity by the day, it is a very important skill set to have for young people to be successful in their careers. So after that opening note lets get down to programming. There are many… Read More »