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. 

  • When: Fridays, 12-1pm 
  • Where: DSI open seminar space, 164 Angell Street, 3rd floor 
  • Who: Open to all members of the Brown community; led by Brown faculty, staff, and students

Fall 2022 Schedule




10/7/2022 John Holland Collaborative Coding: How To PR with GitHub
10/21/2022 Ellen Duong Introduction to Programming in Python
10/28/2022 Paul Stey Introduction to the Rust Programming Language
11/4/2022 Paul Xu Napari for large 3D images
11/11/2022 Camilo Diaz Remote rendering
11/18/2022 Thomas Fel Tutorial on explainability for vision with Xplique
12/2/2022 Aisulu Omar PySpark
12/9/2022 Joselynn Wallace Single Cell RNAseq in R

List of previous topics. 

Previous workshop materials here. Please let us know if there are topics you'd like to see offered (or offered again) or if you would like to be a workshop presenter. 

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