The Image Analysis Collaboratory and Nikon Imaging Center are running a workshop over two consecutive afternoons: Introduction to image analysis using ImageJ/Fiji. Participation will be limited to 14 people. The format will be a combination of tutorials and hands-on exercises (you will need a laptop with a decent size screen and admin privileges).
The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open-source project management tool to help scholars manage their workflow, organize their materials, and share all or part of a project with the broader research community. The tool connects to many other tools researchers often use such as GitHub, Dropbox, ORCID, Zotero, Dataverse, and many more. Harvard […]
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 […]
Join us as Chanin describes the thought process that goes behind the compilation and curation of bioactivity datasets, building machine learning models and deploying it as a web app using Shiny in R. Registration Link: https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrd-muqT0rGNwxrxKqNwZbo6NPCX3YndfT Bio Chanin Nantasenamat, PhD, works full-time as a Senior Developer Advocate for Streamlit Open Source at Snowflake Inc. where […]
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 […]
Do you have data? (Who doesn't?!) Start the year off right with five basic things you can do now to manage your data for future happiness. These tools and techniques […]
Title: CCB Seminar Series Speaker: Katharina Imkeller, PhD, Group leader Computational Immunology, University Hospital Frankfurt, Germany Topic: Unraveling Immunogenomic Diversity in Single-Cell Data When: Monday, Jan 23 @ 10:00 – 11:00 AM Eastern Time (United States and Canada)