QUAD Workshops open to the WU Community

Contact: Elizabeth I Silva Mendez

Tutors from the QUAD Center will be leading workshops on various computing and data topics for community members of all skill levels.

The QUAD Center will offer workshops to help students and faculty grow their skills in various computing and data skills. Some of the workshops recommend experience in R or Python, but others do not require any experience. All workshops are open to the WU Community! Snacks will be provided.

Monday, April 15
4:15–5:15 p.m., Ford 204

"Chomping through Data: A Shark-Themed Look into Data Science" by Brooke Proctor and Emery Kerani

No experience needed

Thursday, April 18
7:30–8:30 p.m., Ford 202

"Python's Data Workhorse: A numpy Crash Course" by Courtney St Onge and Pachie Ackerman

Some Python experience recommended

Monday, April 22
12–1 p.m., Ford 202

"Qualitative Quest: An Adventure in Coding Qualitative Data Thematically in an Interdisciplinary Field" by Tiffany Truong and Safia Goldsmith

No experience needed

Thursday, April 25
11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Ford 102

"Creating an R Package and Hosting it on github" by Indi Esneault and Spencer Veatch

R experience preferred

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