Topic outline

  • How to develop impactful and educational Jupyter notebooks?

    Webinar with Julia Wagemann, EUMETSAT 

    7 June 2023, 12:00 UTC 

    Since 2017, EUMETSAT has developed a wide range of Jupyter-based training materials for different application domains, including atmosphere, marine, climate and weather. By using Project Jupyter tools primarily for Earth observation data education, EUMETSAT is pioneering and advocating for the need to make notebooks more educational and has developed and published five guiding principles on how to do so. 

    This short course will give you an introduction to these five guiding principles and for each principle you will get a hands-on example how it can be applied and implemented. This short course is your chance to learn how to increase the impact of your own Jupyter notebooks. 


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  • Recording and resources

    Recording of the session:

    How to develop impactful and educational notebooks? Dr J. Wagemann, MEEO s.r.l. for EUMETSAT

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