Physics 212, 2018: Lecture 14

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Back to Physics 212, 2018: Computational Modeling.

In this lecture, we will go over a lot of useful details about how Python interpreter works, sometimes reinforcing what we already discussed previously, and sometimes discussing new ideas.

You will need the following files:

Muscle data, which you will use for loading and plotting, rename this file with an extension csv;
Lecture notebook, rename this with an extension zip and then unzip it.

Your work: take your codes from modules 1, 2 and restructure it to use in a Jupiter notebook.