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Hope you are doing good and staying safe. As you might be aware that
PyConf Hyderabad 2020 is just around the corner. We closed the CFPs on
10th November and the CFP team worked very hard in the last two weeks
to choose the selected talks. We thank everyone who had submitted the
proposals. It was very hard for us to choose out of some very good
We look forward to the proposals next year from those who are not selected
The final schedule of the conference including talks & tutorials is
here on this link . Please do check out the speaker line up and plan your
conference schedule accordingly.
Also, if you have not bought your tickets yet then please do block your slot
today using this link .
We look forward to seeing you all at the conference.
 - https://pyconf.hydpy.org/2020/#schedule
 - https://www.townscript.com/e/pyconf-hyderabad-2020
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Dear Python Users,
I am new to python. I am using Jupyter notebook for simulations.
Could you please help me to read out the output table generated in the
I am able to do it in Matlab but I want to do it in Jupyter notebook. I am
attaching the matlab code and output table for reference.
And how to save these values in the same output table?