This workshop will help you get started telling stories with maps on the ArcGIS StoryMaps platform. This easy-to-use web application integrates maps with narrative text, images, and videos to provide a powerful communication tool for any project with a geographic component. We will explore the capabilities of StoryMaps, share best practices for designing effective stories, and guide participants step-by-step through the process of creating their own application.
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. Part 2 requires the familiarity of part 1. 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 introduce data management practices for researchers to consider and apply throughout the research lifecycle. Good data management practices pertaining to planning, organization, documentation, storage and backup, sharing, citation, and preservation will be presented using examples that span disciplines. During the workshop, participants will also engage in discussions with their peers on data management concepts as well as learn about how to assess data management tools.
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. Part 1 has no prerequisites and no prior experience is necessary. 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.
Join us for an open discussion on how conducting research is affected by the COVID 19 Pandemic and the multiple pressures on researchers and administrators.
Attending this event fulfills the Responsible Conduct of Research Requirement for Faculty and Staff, RCR-200.
Registration is required:
Registrants will receive Zoom event information by email.
In partnership with Duke I&E and the Pratt School of Engineering, the online accelerator Rev invites you to "AI for Personalization": learn how to use artificial intelligence for personalization - and how to generate a meaningful startup idea - in this 4-day Ideation Bootcamp.
IDEATE is set to be held virtually on **July 25th-26th, 2020**! We had to cancel our event in the spring due to COVID-19, but we are super excited to present an online format of the event to you! Learn more and register at https://ideate.hackduke.org/
**What is IDEATE?**
IDEATE: A Design Thinking & Innovation Conference is a HackDuke event whose objective is to teach students the importance of design and design-thinking in an evolving tech/business world. Our hope is that this conference will inspire students from all backgrounds to incorporate design thinking as part of their innovation process and to use it as a tool in their tech and business-related endeavors.
Do you have questions about how Duke University's budget works, about its sources of revenue, how it pays for its extensive operations at all levels of the university and how it deals with financial challenges such as those posed by COVID-19? To get a better understanding of Duke's finances and to hear answers to these and related questions, faculty are invited to two sessions about Duke finances with Tim Walsh, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer.
In this workshop, participants will learn the basics of copyright ownership and will understand how to identify the copyrightable aspects of software. They will identify licensing terms and practice identifying reliable sources of information on copyright ownership. While this is not a substitute for legal advice or a primer on commercialization, participants will learn how to understand the basics of software ownership and their rights and obligations as software developers.