Visualizing real and abstract concepts is essential in learning physics, especially for visual learners like myself. If I am unable to paint a picture of the physics in my head, I basically don’t understand it.
When I learned Python for computations, I immediately fell in love with it. It is easy to learn and use, and it offers a versatile and powerful set of visualization tools. Even if I am using MATLAB for my current PhD work (I’m an experimental physicist), I still find time playing with Python. This blog will be my way of sharing tiny bits of this adventure.
This is my first blog and I hope I can manage and update it when needed.
The image above was taken during my adventures (cycling) in the real world. Spot the the kangaroos!