These pages and services, unless otherwise noted, can be accessed by any machine on the physics department network, but generally not outside. They are all hosted on matilda.physics.ucdavis.edu, but this can be shortened to just matilda on any machine with access.
Trac gives us a nice wiki and source code browser, but we aren't really using the other features right now.
Python Tutorial 1: Basics (11/6/2008,11/13/2008)
Python Tutorial 2: Numpy (11/13/2008)
No written tutorial 1/30/2009 - just check out the doc in the fully-functional example code at http://dls.physics.ucdavis.edu/~jbosch/astro_utils/catalogs.tar.gz
No written tutorials 2/6/2009.
Note that the tutorials do not necessarily correspond to individual workshops.
ScienceStuff - stuff about DLS data, calibration, latest versions of things
ScienceSoftware - software others have made that you might find useful
A subversion repository can be found at http://matilda/svn. This is intended to be used as a way to "publish" software to be shared with others in the group, not as a day-to-day version control system. You can browse the repository using the "Browse Source" button above.
To check out a project:
svn co http://matilda/svn/fiat-ds9 ~/fiat-ds9
You can then use svn update, svn commit, and other commands (the syntax is almost identical to CVS).
To import a new project into the repository:
svn import <folder> http://matilda/<project-name>
Note that the imported folder does not automatically become a working copy; you have to check it out after importing it.
This is a link to tools and documentation for using the DLS 2009b MySQL database.