Apr 21 – 22, 2022
Europe/Zurich timezone

HEP Software Foundation, HSF Logo IRIS-HEP Logo

Analyzing and visualizing datasets in plots can help understand them and communicate their meaning  whether one is doing a lab course or research. Matplotlib is the standard when it comes to making such plots.  It comprises of a comprehensive library for creating static, animated, and interactive visualizations using Python. This training gives students a hands-on experience of versatility and functionality of Matplotlib to produce plots. It will provide explanations and demonstration of interactive examples and enable students to use this knowledge in their future projects focusing on using Matplotlib for High Energy Physics or other research areas.

The event is organised through the HEP Software Foundation and IRIS-HEP.


  • Guillermo Fidalgo
  • Alexander Moreno
  • Marcela Garcia
  • Aman Goel
  • Yarelis Acevedo
  • Brian Cruz

Local organizing committee:

  • Sudhir Malik
  • Michel Villanueva
  • Wouter Deconinck
  • Kilian Lieret



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The HEP Software Foundation (HSF) facilitates cooperation and common efforts in High Energy Physics software and computing. It organises activities  including working groups, community events, supporting projects, and helping communication within the community through discussion forums, technical notes and a knowledge base.

IRIS-HEP is a software institute funded by the National Science Foundation (USA). It serves as an active centre for software R&D, functions as an intellectual hub for the larger community-wide software R&D efforts, and transform the operational services required to ensure the success of the HL-LHC scientific programme.