Come to talk about Code, Data, Tools and Science in a social environment. If you want to know how computational tools and code can improve your science/work or you just want to meet “open scienc-y” people: join us. The event is open to everyone. No prior knowledge required. No registration etc. needed.
Please bring your own computer, as we cannot provide any resources in this regard and then can also work through installations.
In addition to the open discussions we also aim to talk about specific topics at each HackyHour. However prior knowledge or interest in these topics is not a prerequisite.
|2022-06-22||Inkscape: Freely create print-ready scientific figures and posters.||Notes #1|
|2022-07-27||Jupyter Notebooks||Notes #2|
|2022-08-24||Canceled due to holidays|
|2022-09-28||Semantic Media Wiki, Licenses, pandoc|
If you like to present a topic, you can create an issue, contact Christian Krippes or present your idea at the end of a session.
Hacky Hour in general, is inspired by HACKYHOUR@AUCKLAND and the R Study Group. If you are interested in the HackyHour you should also check https://hackyhour.github.io/. The HackyHour in Gießen was also inspired and supported by HackyHour Göttingen
The logo is derived from the one used by HackyHour Auckland (with kind permission). It uses a public domain icon.