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PARADIM DFT Summer School 2021- Practical Lecture 3

PARADIM DFT Summer School 2021- Practical Lecture 3 - Betül Pamuk

From  Brenda Fisher 98 plays

Managers Forum 6/11 - Flexible Work

Linda Croll Howell, Senior Director of Employee Experience, discusses remote work and flex work considerations with campus reopening. Part of the Managers Forum, recorded June 11, 2021. …

From  Gerald Deis 56 plays

20210608_EA Finance Forum

Employee Assembly Staff Forum: University Finance Update, held June 8, 2021.

From  Wendy Treat 57 plays

Lesson 26.3 While-Loop Ranges

While-loops require additional patterns beyond the simple accumulator pattern that we used in for-loops. In this video, we talk about the first such pattern, which is replacing the range iterator.…

From  Hannah Lee 61 plays

Lesson 19.5 Dictionaries and For-Loops

Dictionaries are not sliceable, but they are iterable. In this video we show the many different ways you can use a dictionary in a for-loop. The primary thing to understand is that you have to…

From  Hannah Lee 71 plays

Lesson 18.6 Mutable Table Functions

In this video we show how to write a mutable function on a table of data. Once again, this is very similar to writing an mutable function on a traditional list.

From  Hannah Lee 56 plays

Lesson 18.5 Immutable Table Functions

In this video we show how to write an immutable function on a table of data. In most ways this is no different than writing an immutable function on a list. Except that this time we may need multiple…

From  Hannah Lee 59 plays

Zoom Oct. 15. For-Loops

In this session, we review the for-loop, which is the next control structure. This is the last control structure we will need for a while.For-loops are pretty easy to use in Python, and most students…

From  Hannah Lee 15 plays

Lesson 16.6 Mutable For-Loops

Lists are mutables and support mutable functions. Many of these mutable functions contain for-loops. As we show in this video, this changes how we write the for-loop. In particular, we will not use…

From  Hannah Lee 53 plays

Lesson 16.5 Positional For-Loops

Sometimes we need to perform a calculation on a string, list, or tuple, but we do not want to loop over this value. Instead, we want to loop over the positions of the value. In this video we show why…

From  Hannah Lee 63 plays

Lesson 15.8 Slice Assignment (OPTIONAL)

This video introduces an advanced topic that is completely optional and will not appear on any exam. Lists don’t just allow us to use a single position in an assignment statement. We can also…

From  Hannah Lee 35 plays

Lesson 15.7 Mutable List Functions

Because lists are mutable, just like general objects, we can modify them in the body of a function. In this video we show how to write mutable list functions, which are (typically) procedures that…

From  Hannah Lee 54 plays

Johnson COVID-19: Family Business and Resiliency in a Post Pandemic World, Daniel G. Van Der Vliet and Rustom Desai, presented by the Smith Family Business Institute

From  Safiyyah Abdul Hamid 9 plays

Employee Assembly Staff Feedback Forum: Working from Home

From  Wendy Treat 69 plays

IES Hosts: David Ost "Populism, Fascism, and Why So Many Workers Turn from Left to Right"

"Populism, Fascism, and Why So Many Workers Turn from Left to Right" David Ost Professor of Political Science, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Regional Fellow, Institute for European…

From  Pamela Hampton 244 plays

Morgan Fernandez 2020 REU final presentation

Zoom Recording ID: 97214601225 UUID: UlnuuPOnS6aBDTLJ9vagow== Meeting Time: 2020-08-06T12:59:57Z

From  James Overhiser 15 plays