Python for ecologists: Instructor NotesChallenge solutions

By default, Data Carpentry does not have people pull the whole repository with all the scripts and addenda. Therefore, you, as the instructor, get to decide how you’d like to provide this script to learners, if at all. To use this, students can navigate into includes/scripts terminal, and execute the following: If learners receive an AssertionError, it will inform you how to help them correct this installation. Otherwise, it will tell you that the system is good to go and ready for Data Carpentry! What happens when you type atuple[2] = 5 vs alist[1] = 5? As a tuple is immutable, it does not support item assignment. Elements in a list can be altered individually. Type type(a_tuple) into the Python interpreter - what is the object type?

Remote updated date: 2017-10-09

Python for ecologists: Instructor NotesChallenge solutions https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/python-for-ecologists-instructor-noteschallenge-solutions By default, Data Carpentry does not have people pull the whole repository with all the scripts and addenda. Therefore, you, as the instructor, get to decide how you’d like to provide this script to learners, if at all. To use this, students can navigate into includes/scripts terminal, and execute the following: If learners receive an AssertionError, it will inform you how to help them correct this installation. Otherwise, it will tell you that the system is good to go and ready for Data Carpentry! What happens when you type a_tuple[2] = 5 vs a_list[1] = 5? As a tuple is immutable, it does not support item assignment. Elements in a list can be altered individually. Type type(a_tuple) into the Python interpreter - what is the object type? 2017-10-09
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