There is no prerequisite for this workshop.
A combination of tutorials and hands-on exercises (you will need a laptop with a decent size screen and admin privileges). Additional details about this course are listed below. Format: In-person. Requirements: None, except a laptop and interest in learning some bioimage analysis. Scope: introduction to digital image analysis, w. focus on bio-images enhancing images […]
Have you coded before or know some coding basics, but aren’t sure how to apply those skills to real research? Are you interested in applying advanced bioinformatics pipelines? Do you want to create publication-quality analyses and figures? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Data Analysis Club can help you work towards […]
Prerequisites? This is one of our basic workshops, and has NO prerequisites and no prior programming experience is required.
Introduction to R Workshop organized by the CCB with support from the Harvard Chan Bioinformatics Core. This is an asynchronous workshop with synchronous support which will introduce participants to using […]
Title: CCB Seminar Series Speaker: Dr. Matthew Crowson, MD MPA MASc FRCSC Assistant Professor, Investigator, Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Massachusetts Eye & Ear Topic: Computer Vision for Irritable Toddlers: Improving Diagnostic Accuracy for Ear Infections
Monthly conversation space for researchers to discuss issues related to data sharing and reuse. You can choose to attend one or more of the following sessions. September 8: Digitizing your lab with e-notebooks and digital tools October 6: Selecting a repository November 10: Preparing for 2023 NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy December 15: Budgeting […]
Python environments and packages Demystifying python environment setup, and tips for frustration-free reproducibility in python workflows Presented by Talley Lambert Monday November 14 2022, 1-4pm In person on the HMS Longwood Campus A common challenge that scientists face when adopting python (e.g. when transitioning from MATLAB) is navigating the many different ways in which one can install […]
Title: CCB Seminar Series Speaker: Faisal Mahmood, PhD, Assistant Professor, Pathology, Harvard Medical School Affiliation: Division of Computational Pathology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Data Science Program, Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center; Cancer Program, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT Topic: Data-efficient and multimodal computational pathology
Prerequisite: Introduction to Shell