Technology

Introducing Enthought Edge

Sep 1, 2021

Introducing Enthought Edge: A New DataOps Solution Designed to Unlock the Value in R&D Data  Designed for scientists, by scientists, Edge centralizes and standardizes data in easily accessible, analysis-ready form. Early Access Program now available. Austin, TX – September 1, 2021 – Enthought, the leading provider of services and technology powering digital transformation for science,…

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Transitioning from MATLAB to Python

Feb 16, 2021

Author: Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc, Ph.D., Director, Training Solutions Download the guide here. If you are not yet a user of Python, and its move to become the most common programming language has piqued your interest, the Enthought training team has updated its popular reference guide, ‘Transitioning from MATLAB® to Python’. The guide highlights some of the…

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New Discoveries From Asteroid Impact

Feb 16, 2021

Author: Brendon Hall PhD., Director Energy Solutions In 2016, a joint IOPD-ICDP Expedition no. 364 (International Ocean Discovery Program and International Continental Scientific Drilling Program) collected core samples from the peak ring of the Chicxulub crater. The impact crater was formed 66 million years ago when an estimated 15-kilometer diameter asteroid’s impact triggered a series…

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New Pandas and scikit-learn Sheets

Feb 16, 2021

Author: Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc, Ph.D., Director, Training Solutions The Enthought training team has prepared a series of 8 quick-reference guides for Pandas (the Python Data Analysis library) and 3 quick-reference guides for scikit-learn (machine learning for Python). The topics were selected based on the idea that 20% of the functionality provides 80% of the usage. They…

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Scientists Use Enthought’s Virtual Core Software to Study Asteroid Impact

Jan 27, 2017

Chicxulub Impact Crater Expedition Recovers Core to Further Discovery on the Impact on Life and the Historical Dinosaur Extinction From April to May 2016, a team of international scientists drilled into the site of an asteroid impact, known as the Chicxulub Impact Crater, which occurred 66 million years ago. The crater is buried several hundred…

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