DSCoV: Data Science, Computing, and Visualization workshops

Want to become a Kaggle Master, start a tech company, or succeed in research? Ready to get your hands dirty and learn the data science and programming skills needed to solve real-world data science problems?

  • What: Lunchtime workshops targeting a range of skill levels; food will be served
  • When: Thursdays, 12-1pm (RSVP by Tuesday before each workshop)
  • Where: Carney Institute Innovation Hub, 164 Angell Street, 4th floor (above the bookstore)
  • Who: Open to all members of the Brown community; led by Brown faculty, staff, and students; limited to 40 participants

Upcoming Workshops

April 25: Introduction to Python Workshop, Part 1, led by Patrick Rashleigh (Register here.)

May 2:  Introduction to Python Workshop, Part 2, led by Patrick Rashleigh (Register here.)

Previous and future topics 

  • Tidying, Transforming, and Visualizing Data in R
  • Everything you always wanted to know about GitHub
  • Deep learning with Keras/Tensorflow
  • Using Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Computing
  • Julia
  • Scikit-learn
  • High-performance computing with CCV 
  • Deep learning for NLP

Workshop materials here. Please let us know if you'd like to see us offer any of the above or a topic not listed. 

Sponsored by the Data Science Initiative, the Center for Computation and Visualization, the Brown Libraries, and the Initiative for Computation in Brains and Minds.