|January 3-4, 2019||Data Carpentry: Genomics Data Analysis
This workshop focuses on data management and analysis for genomics research. Data management and analysis for genomics research will be covered including: best practices for organization of bioinformatics projects and data, use of command line utilities, use of command line tools to analyze sequence quality and perform variant calling.
|January, 2019||Python Workshop Series
This two part series will cover the basics of programming in the Python language as well as an introduction to image processing in Python.
|January 3-4, 2019||Introduction to Python with the Kansas City Federal Reserve
Learn the basics of programming with Python featuring instructors from the Kansas City Federal Reserve and fopcused on business and economics use cases. This workshop requires no previous programming experience.
|January 7-9, 2019||Image Processing in Python with the Doane DIVAS
Learn how to handle and analyze image data within Python using OpenCV. This two and a half day workshop features plenty of hands-on examples and exercises featuring the Doane Digital Imaging and Vision Applications in Science (DIVAS) team. This workshop requires a basic knowledge of the Python language.
Teams of up to four undergraduates, assisted by graduate students, will work to find and share meaning in a large, rich, and complex dataset. After analyzing data provided (to be announced at start of event), teams will present to a panel of judges to compete for the top prize! Sponsored by Mutual of Omaha.
|March 21-22, 2019||Software Carpentry Workshop: Bash, Git and R
Learn how to automate tasks using the Linux command line, how revision control can streamline collaborations and personal projects and good programming practices using the R language. This workshop requires no previous programming experience.