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Project Pythia: a community learning resource for Python-based computing in the geosciences

Rose, Brian; Banihirwe, Anderson; Camron, Drew; Clyne, John; Eroglu, Orhan; Grover, Max; Kent, Julia; Long, Matthew; May, Ryan; Paul, Kevin; Tyle, Kevin

Pangeo Showcase seminar series talk. Project Pythia (projectpythia.org) is funded by NSF EarthCube to develop open-access training materials and infrastructure to accelerate the adoption and effective use of the Pangeo stack among current and aspiring geoscientists. Pythia aims to lower barriers between the Pangean haves and have-nots, and build pipelines for a diverse user- and user-contributor community (including battle-testing our material in classes at UAlbany). I will give a brief overview of the current state of the recently-released Pythia web portal and Foundations book (foundations.projectpythia.org), plans for the near future, and ways for people to get involved. I'll be soliciting feedback from the audience on what to prioritize for future development.

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