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Faculty Presenter: Meejeong Song

Meejeong Song, Senior lecturer and Coordinator of the Korean Language Program in Asian Studies, will present findings based on her experience of incorporating peer review to improve student writing…

From  Zach Butler 34 plays

11.29.21 Suraj Malladi, Cornell University

Zoom Recording ID: 97325240794 UUID: ToJLGxW5R9+IbwusVofrjw== Meeting Time: 2021-11-29T20:38:14Z

From  Jordan Staiti 7 plays

Lecture 11/2/21: Loss functions

Zoom Recording ID: 94347618999 UUID: vWQG3ObBTcWaFwtVIF8PgQ== Meeting Time: 2021-11-02T13:05:02Z

From  Madeleine Udell 141 plays

Day of Data 2021: Creating Reproducible Research at Cornell

Creating Reproducible Research at Cornell, Florio Arguillas, Wendy Kozlowski, Erika Mudrak, Lars Vilhuber | Wednesday, Jan. 27, 3:30 pm, Track 1Research reproducibility is the idea that the results…

From  Henrik Spoon 6 plays

Lesson 25.5 Custom Error Types

Now that we can raise an error of any type, it is time to make our own error types. In this video we show that this is incredibly simple, and needs almost no code.

From  Hannah Lee 52 plays

Lesson 25.4 The raise Statement

Up until now, the only way that we knew how to create an error is with an assert statement. But these always create errors with the type AssertionError. In this video we show how to create errors…

From  Hannah Lee 56 plays

Lesson 25.3 Error Types and the Call Stack

After the last video, try-except looks less like an if-else statement and more like an if-elif-else statement. As we see in this video, this has profound effects on how errors interact with the call…

From  Hannah Lee 57 plays

Lesson 25.1 Error Types

In this video we revisit error messages in Python and show how to read the error type. This type is a class, which means that you can construct your own error objects.

From  Hannah Lee 62 plays

Lesson 10.3 PseudoCode

In this video we introduce pseudocode, which is a step-by-step English description of what we want to do. The goal is provide an outline that we convert into Python later.

From  Hannah Lee 66 plays

Lesson 10.1 Algorithms

In this video we introduce the notion of an algorithm, which is an is a way of describing code (or any process) that is not limited to a specific programming language. You should always develop an…

From  Hannah Lee 91 plays

Lesson 8.1 Testing Plans

Before you start testing, you must have a testing plan. In this video we explain what these are, and how they fit into the software development process.

From  Hannah Lee 54 plays

Lesson 1.3. Float Expressions

Integers are not the only number type in Python. There is also the float type, which is the set of real numbers. Floats can do just about everything that integers So why then does Python need a…

From  Hannah Lee 103 plays

CNF 35th Anniversary Morning Talks

Roger Howe (Stanford) Neil Gershenfeld (MIT)

From  Karlis Musa 25 plays

Chemical by Design (2 of 3) (McQueen-Lecture2)

2019 JHU Summer School

From  James Overhiser 41 plays

How Data Changes Materials and Synthesis by Design ( McQueen)

2019 JHU Summer School

From  James Overhiser 35 plays