R and the Tidyverse are a data-first coding language that enables reproducible workflows. In this two-part workshop, you'll learn the fundamentals of R, everything you need to know to quickly get started. You'll learn about visualization using ggplot2, how to make interactive charts for use in dashboards, how to reshape and merge data, and be introduced to models.
This workshop will provide an overview of the Duke Research Data Repository and how it can help Duke researchers comply with funder and journal policies as well as meet growing standards around data stewardship and sharing, such as the FAIR Guiding Principles. The general functionalities of the platform as well as tips for submitting data will be discussed. New features will also be demonstrated including a new integration with the Globus platform to support transferring large-scale data.
This workshop will help you get started telling stories with maps on the ArcGIS StoryMaps platform. This easy-to-use web application combines interactive maps with narrative text, images, and videos to provide a powerful communication tool for any project with a spatial component. We will explore the capabilities of the platform, share best practices for designing effective stories, and guide participants through the process of creating their own story maps.
R and the Tidyverse are a data-first coding language that enables reproducible workflows. In this two-part workshop, you'll learn the fundamentals of R, everything you need to know to quickly get started. You'll learn how to access and install RStudio, how to wrangle data for analysis, gain a brief introduction to visualization, practice Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA), and how to generate reports.
ArcGIS Pro is the newer alternative interface to the tried-and-true ArcGIS Desktop software (ArcMap), with essentially the same functions, but with more of a MS-Office feel. As a native 64-bit program, it also has superior performance. There are a few nice feature enhancements such as multiple layouts in a single project, and it's more fully integrated with ArcGIS Online (see schedule for workshops on ArcGIS Online or on StoryMaps).
Follow our Instagram stories @DukeCareers on Thursday, December 17 and ask Career Center staff any of your internship-related questions! Q&A begins at 10 am EST. We are excited to hear from you.
HackDuke: Code for Good is the nation's premier hackathon for tech and social good. We unite students that are passionate about changing the intention and narrative behind how technology is used today to create meaningful hacks in a 24-hour sprint. Come learn, come discuss, and come code for good! Join us VIRTUALLY this year on December 5th-6th for tuning to amazing workshops and most importantly, hacking for social good in one of our four tracks for positive impact! Register now at hackduke.org
Betting on Blockchain will teach you how to create your calculated bet:
-Learn about the three most important bets you need to define on day 1 in order
to be positioned for startup success.
-Learn about blockchain technology.
-Create your own calculated bet about a blockchain startup.
Untenured, tenure-track professors contemplating submitting a DOE Early Career Research Program proposal are invited to attend this workshop. We will discuss application components and characteristics of a successful proposal to this program.
Discover how the Tapestri Platform enables co-detection of SNVs, CNVs and proteins from the same cell using a single workflow, providing a true multi-omics approach for deeper insight into systems biology and patterns of tumor/clonal evolution, therapy response and resistance.