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2.7: Python Assignment

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    There are two assignments to this chapter

     

    Compound vs Substance

    Downloadable Files

    lecture04_Standardization

    • Download the ipynb file and run your Jupyter notebook. 
      • You can use the notebook you created in section 1.5 or  the Jupyter hub at LibreText: https://jupyter.libretexts.org (see your instructor if you do not have access to the hub).   
      • This page is an html version of the above .ipynb file. 
        • If you have questions on this assignment you should use this web page and the hypothes.is annotation to post a question (or comment) to the 2019OLCCStu class group.   Contact your instructor if you do not know how to access the 2019OLCCStu group within the hypothes.is system.

    Required Modules

    • Requests
    • RDKit
    • time
    • PIL (?)
    • IPython.Display

     

     


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