We are a collaborative, interdisciplinary group at Saint Louis University focused on building community around open source software and open science.
We host a seminar series focused on the programming language
R each semester. We also provide a forum for brownbag sessions where SLU faculty, staff, and students can share open source data anlysis skills. More details about our projects and our commitment to creating an inclusive, welcoming data science community are available on our About page.
If you have some
R skills, we are looking for folks to maintain a lesson (ensure all the files are present, the code executes, there are no typos, etc.). If you have other skills, like Python, or know how to use tools like the open science framework, and want to help us expand our curriculum, that is another way folks can contribute. Reach out to one of the organizers if you are interested in contributing to lesson development or maintainence.
- Aug, 2018
- 2018 Open Science Meetup
- DSS Seminar 06: Reproducible Research in R
- Brownbag: Power Analysis Primer in R
- Brownbag: Using Python for Automating Routine Tasks
- Mar, 2018
- Atlas Week 2018