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Evolving the Hackweek Model with ICESat-2 2022

By: Scott Henderson and Louisa Gaylord

The eScience Institute hosts a variety of hackweeks every year, which are designed to immerse participants in collaborative project work around a specific topic. Hackweeks try to blend elements of a hackathon, where participants work collaboratively in project teams, with tutorials on a variety of data science topics in an […]

Python for Humanities: an Intro for Researchers

By: Louisa Gaylord

Last week the eScience Institute and UW Libraries Open Scholarship Commons co-hosted a workshop called “Python, your personal research assistant” for participants studying the humanities to explore the Python programming language and how to use it as a tool to aid in qualitative humanities work. Led by eScience Technical Education Specialist Naomi Alterman, […]

April 12th, 2022|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |

Winter School 2022 Program Wrap-Up

The eScience Institute’s “Winter School on Data Science Tools” recently concluded, which was led by Senior Data Science Fellow Jose Manuel Magallanes, renowned Computational Policy Scientist from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, who is a visiting professor with support from the Evans School of Public Policy and the eScience Institute. The 2022 Winter School introduced […]

nbdocker = Jupyter + Docker: simplifying reproducible research

With the generation of diverse and complex big data, computational methods development and data analyses have become integral to research. Analytical protocols typically involve the execution of a series of computational tasks that are dependent on code, input parameters, computing environment, and software installation and setup, that are not easily described by static text description. 

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June 29th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |