Registration is open for MBLWHOI Library Open Access Week
Wednesday October 21, noon
Debbie Roth and Matt Person: Choosing open access for your publishing.
Wednesday October 28, noon
Audrey Mickle and John Furfey: Publishing your open data: How to win friends and influence people.
Upcoming Carpentries data science and coding workshops
Thanks to a Technical Staff Training Award, several WHOI staff and students are training as Carpentries instructors in 2020! Congratulations to Brett Longworth in G&G and Karen Soenen and Amber York in Biology! And to JP students Craig McLean in MCG and Stewart Jamieson and Arianna Krinos in Biology! Check the Events tab or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info:
- October 26/27 and November 2/3 2020, WHOI/online: Data Carpentry Workshop with Python
- ~mid November 2020, WHOI/online: Software Carpentry Workshop with R
Webinar for 2021 NSF EarthCube Solicitation
The EarthCube community is interested in recruiting new partners and encouraging participation in the upcoming NSF call for new capabilities, pilots, and research coordination networks. A webinar will be held on Friday, Nov. 6, at 2pm Eastern. Read announcement and register for the webinar.
WHOI Data Science Office Hour and Slack
In collaboration with IS App Dev and WHOI Data Library, we are hosting a WHOI Data Science Office Hour on Thursdays at 11am through 17 Dec 2020. Please consult the IS App Dev webpage (internal VPN only) for the link to join the Office Hour. Our Slack workspace whoi-datascience is open to WHOI staff and students. Please contact email@example.com if you'd like to join.
Opportunities online to learn Python, R, GitHub, and more
We compiled this list to help WHOI staff and students discover opportunities online to learn data science and coding skills (Python, R, GitHub, and more):
WHOI's Cloud Computing Survey
In December 2019 WHOI DDVPR’s Ocean Informatics Working Group (OIWG), in collaboration with WHOI Information Services (IS), conducted a survey to learn how WHOI scientific and technical staff, postdocs, and students are interested in using cloud computing services for research and engineering. Please contact Stace Beaulieu, OIWG coordinator, or Roberta Mazzoli, XSEDE Campus Champion @ IS, if you are interested in the results or have questions/comments. WHOI IS in collaboration with the OIWG will continue to examine the pros and cons of cloud computing services as part of WHOI’s Campus Cyberinfrastructure Plan and Cloud Strategy, both in development.