DSCoV: Data Science, Computing, and Visualization workshops

DSCoV workshops are lunchtime introductions to basic data science and programming skills and tools, offered by and for Brown staff, faculty, and students (with occasional presenters from outside Brown). Hone your research skills, become a Kaggle Master, start a tech company—these workshops are designed to get you started. Please contact us with ideas for future topics, or to offer a workshop. These talks are in person and on Zoom, and will be recorded. 

  • When: Fridays, 12:00 - 1:00 pm 
  • Where: 164 Angell Street, 3rd floor (335)
  • Who: Open to all members of the Brown community


Spring 2023 Schedule

February 24 Favorite Things About the Julia Programming Language
March 3 Power Analyses for RNASeq and Microbiome Analyses
March 17 R and Spatial Analysis
March 24 Best Practices for Submitting Batch Jobs on Oscar
April 7 Modern Python Project Development
April 21 SOMA, A Pain and Recover Symption Tracking App: A Technical Dive Into Creating A Mobile Application in React Native


Sponsored by the Data Science Initiative, the Center for Computation and Visualization, and the Carney Institute.