CCV will be presenting several introductory workshops over the next two weeks. All are welcome to attend.
We will be presenting more workshops throughout the semester and would appreciate any feedback on
topics you would be interested in. These workshops are intended to be very basic courses to get you started
on these various topics.
To sign up, please go to the google signup sheet at:
CCV Workshop Signup Sheet
NOTE: All workshops will be in the Digital Scholarship Lab at the Rockefeller Library.
* Sept. 21, 1:00-3:00 pm: Introduction to Linux -- This presentation is designed for those who have never used
Unix or Linux, or have very little experience with this operating system. Topics include the command line interface,
basic file manipulation and file system structure.
* Sept. 23, 1:30-3:30 pm: Introduction to High Performance Computing -- This introduction to High Performance
Computing (HPC) will cover the basics of computer architecture as related to HPC, HPC systems, and managing
and running jobs on an HPC resource.
* Sept. 28, 10:00-12:00 am: Basics of Managing Research Data -- This workshop is designed to introduce users on
best practices on managing data on a Unix system. This includes transferring files using SCP and SSH, revision control,
file compression and archiving, and conventions for naming files and directories.
* Sept. 30, 10:-12:00 am: 2D visualization in Matlab and Python -- In this workshop, we will introduce and demonstrate
some of the various tools on Oscar for producing customizable, publication-quality visuals and graphs. We will also
cover some insights for visualization of data, that you can use when creating your own graphs and charts.