Come to talk about tools for your research and/or computer stuff in a social environment.
If you want to know how computational tools and code can improve your science or you just want to meet “open scienc-y” people: join us. Especially if you’re stuck on a computational problem in your research feel free to bring it along, we might be able to help (or at least point you in the right direction).
No registration etc. needed!
When and Where
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. Online discussions for these topics are accessible via the following links or Gitter.
|2017-02-07||6 pm||SUB||Organizational||#1 and pad|
|2017-03-14||6 pm||Neotopia||Jupyter-Notebook||#3 and pad|
|2017-04-04||6 pm||Neotopia||Unittests with code coverage and continuous integration||#4 and pad|
|2017-05-09||6 pm||Neotopia||Tidy Data||#5 and pad|
|2017-06-06||6 pm||Neotopia||Services of the GWDG||pad|
|2017-08-01||6 pm||Neotopia||How to write a thesis with R Markdown||#9 and pad|
|2017-08-29||6 pm||Neotopia||Basic introduction to MathJax by @pkra||#10 and pad|
|2017-11-07||6 pm||Neotopia||Automate using make||#11 and pad|
|2017-12-05||6 pm||Neotopia||Pandoc||#12 and pad|
Each HackyHour has an individual Etherpad listed above, these are also all collected in a masterpad.
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This project is inspired by HACKYHOUR@AUCKLAND and the R Study Group. We are affiliated with the HackyHour Würzburg and are following their shining example. We are both loosely organized under the HackyHour organization.