Python is the most common programming language for science. Learn how you can use it for your lab applications, from instrumentation to data analysis. Learn from the experience of others, ask whenever you don’t know how to move forward with your project.
This community welcomes everybody, regardless of their background. It doesn’t matter if you are a scientist, a student or just a curious person. The idea is to have a place where to ask questions regarding instrumentation in the lab and, more specifically, about how to use Python in a lab environment.
The rules are what you expect from any decent online community. Respect others, respect others opinions and bring only constructive criticism. Remember that everybody has the right to learn, but not everybody has the same background. Therefore, criticize ideas, not people.