Events

See our upcoming events below, and our past events here. You can also view our events feed at the UMich Events Calendar.

Nov 2019

Monday, Nov 18, 2019 | 4-5pm | 5623 Med Sci II

Looping in R: for loops & the apply family

Presented by Stephanie Thiede

Access the materials on GitHub.

Dec 2019

Monday, Dec 09, 2019 | 4-5pm | 2901 Taubman Health Sciences Library

Plotting using the R package ggplot2

Presented by Matt Schnizlein

Jan 2020

Monday, Jan 27, 2020 | 4-5pm | 5623 Med Sci II

Intro to Docker

Presented by Jonathan Golob

Feb 2020

Monday, Feb 24, 2020 | 4-5pm | 5623 Med Sci II

Intro to Snakemake

Presented by Chris Gates

Past Events

Oct 2019: Machine Learning Pipelines in R

Monday, Oct 28, 2019 | 4-5pm | 2903 Taubman Health Sciences Library

Machine Learning Pipelines in R

Presented by Begüm Topçuoğlu

Access the code & other materials on GitHub.

Sep 2019: Conda on the Cluster

Monday, Sep 23, 2019 | 4-5pm | 2901 Taubman Health Sciences Library

Conda on the Cluster

Presented by Will Close

Access the code on GitHub.

Aug 2019: Making FUNctions in R

Monday, August 26, 2019 | 4-5pm | 5623 Med Sci II

Making FUNctions in R

Presented by Zena Lapp

Access the code on GitHub.

July 2019: Help & Networking Social

Monday, July 29, 2019 | 4-6pm | 5623 Med Sci II

Stop by with data analysis questions, meet the DANG! team & community, and grab a snack!

May 2019: An Introduction to Cytoscape

May 20, 2019 | 4-5pm | Room 5623 Med Sci II

An Introduction to Cytoscape: A tool for network visualization

Presented by Justin Joque, PhD - Visualization Librarian

Feb 2019: Transitioning from Flux

Feb 18, 2019 | 4-5pm | Room 5623 Med Sci II

Transitioning from Flux to the new high-performance Great Lakes Cluster

Apr 2019: Literate Programming

Apr 22, 2019 | 4-5pm | Room 5623 Med Sci II

Literate Programming: Creating reproducible reports using RMarkdown

Presented by Zena Lapp

Mar 2019: Making UNIX Yours

Mar 25, 2019 | 4-5pm | Room 5623 Med Sci II

Making UNIX Yours: Improving data analysis workflow through bash customization