# [EVENT] Programming science on Research Data Visualization Workshop

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Today we’re going to talk about a very nice event in which we were: the Research Data Visualisation Workshop. A full day about programming, data visualization and meeting with a lot of friends! Here we go!

# Complex scatter plots on Python [PART III] – Inserting labels into elements and defining more than one legend

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Do you remember our scatter plot based on IBGE [1] data? In the last post of this series we’ll make it even better, inserting labels indicating the states and defining two legends related to the regions and the population. Now the plot will be awesome! Let’s do this!

# Complex scatter plots on Python [PART II] – Defining colors, labels and title

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In the second post of this series we’ll improve our preliminary scatter plot, obtained from IBGE [1] data, defining a color for each region, adding labels and title. Then, our plot becomes more informative. Let’s do this!

# Complex scatter plots on Python [PART I] – Obtaining data and creating a preliminary plot

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In this post series we’ll discuss the scatter (or dispersion) plots, which can be used to present several data more intuitively. Today we’ll start obtaining the desired data, seeking some info on IBGE [1]. Let’s do this!

# [EVENT] SciPy 2016

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In July we will have one important event for the world community of scientific Python: the SciPy 2016! Do you want to know what will happen there, and how to be a part of it?

# [EVENT] SciPy Latin America 2016

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Have you ever thought about participating in the largest Latin America event about scientific Python, and connecting to the members of the coolest programming community of the world?

# Multiplying matrices element by element on GNU Octave

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Today we’ll continue our series about matrices on GNU Octave! In this post we’ll talk about multiplying matrices and vectors. Let’s do this!

# Defining matrices and their transposes on GNU Octave

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Ready to learn how to use matrices on GNU Octave? In this post we will define vectors and matrices, and also their transposes. Let’s do it!

# The book “Octave” and a really nice plot

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IT’S ALIVE! My first book is published, by Casa do Código! We never forget the first one 🙂 In this book we talk about GNU Octave, a free software aimed to solve scientific problems. We’ll celebrate talking about this book and showing how to make the plot used as the basis for the book cover with only two lines of code. Let’s do this!

# [EVENT] Programming Science at Python Brasil [11]

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Today we’ll talk about our participation on Python Brasil [11]! We saw old buddies, met new bros and even had a gossip with David Beazley! Let’s do it!