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Python For The Lab is a collection of resources to help you start using Python for developing solutions in your lab.
From analyzing data collected with your experiments to writing software to control your setup.

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This tutorial is going to be off-topic compared to the others on the website. It was born out of a question regarding how to send personalized e-mails to several people on a list, and I thought it could be useful to post a tutorial online. This will help people interested …

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Copying objects in Python seems like a trivial task, but it can have unexpected implications in your programs. Copying data may be achieved by either duplicating the data or by storing references to the objects, having a much lower impact on the memory. In this article, we are going to …

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There is a common pattern when programming that is opening a resource, doing something with it and closing it. This is what you normally do with a file, a network connection or a device. Python offers you a command to handle this pattern: the 'with' context manager. In this article …

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Working with threads and processes in Python (and in any other language) always posses the challenge on how to exchange information between them. We are not talking about parallelizing code in a traditional way, where an expensive computation is spread through different cores, but rather being able to share the …

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PyNTA is a program that aims at bridging the gap between data acquisition and analysis for experiments of nanoparticle tracking. PyNTA is my first public release of a package on PyPI, the Python repository. It is a desktop application that can be used to record images from a camera, track …

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In this tutorial, we are going to build a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to acquire images from your webcam. We are going to use OpenCV to quickly acquire an image from your camera and PyQt5 to build the user interface. You may find a lot of tutorials online on how …

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