Why scientists should learn to program in Python?

Ayer V, Miguez S, Toby B (2014)
Powder Diffraction Journal 29(S2): S48-S64.

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Ayer V, Miguez S, Toby B. Why scientists should learn to program in Python? Powder Diffraction Journal. 2014;29(S2):S48-S64.
Ayer, V., Miguez, S., & Toby, B. (2014). Why scientists should learn to program in Python? Powder Diffraction Journal, 29(S2), S48-S64. doi:10.1017/s0885715614000931
Ayer, V., Miguez, S., and Toby, B. (2014). Why scientists should learn to program in Python? Powder Diffraction Journal 29, S48-S64.
Ayer, V., Miguez, S., & Toby, B., 2014. Why scientists should learn to program in Python? Powder Diffraction Journal, 29(S2), p S48-S64.
V. Ayer, S. Miguez, and B. Toby, “Why scientists should learn to program in Python?”, Powder Diffraction Journal, vol. 29, 2014, pp. S48-S64.
Ayer, V., Miguez, S., Toby, B.: Why scientists should learn to program in Python? Powder Diffraction Journal. 29, S48-S64 (2014).
Ayer, Vidya, Miguez, Sheila, and Toby, Brian. “Why scientists should learn to program in Python?”. Powder Diffraction Journal 29.S2 (2014): S48-S64.
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