March 7th Update – We will be attempting to take our classes online. In order to prepare, most classes have been delayed by one week. Registrants will receive a Zoom link prior to the event.

View the full list of topics and register for a workshops at: colab.duke.edu/roots. Sessions are open to everyone at Duke and are held at the TEC, home of the Innovation Co-Lab, which is located at 2 Telecom Drive.

Singularity Containers Learn how to emulate and share custom Linux environments

Tues, Jan 21, 3:30-5:30pm

Linux & the Bash Shell Get exposed to Linux and the Bash Shell

Thur, Jan 23, 3:30-6:30pm

Wed, Feb 26, 3:30-6:30pm

Backing Up & Sharing Code: Git Learn about version control using Git and Gitlab.

Wed, Feb 12, 3:30-5:30pm 

Managing Sensitive Data Learn how to protect sensitive data throughout a project’s lifecycle and the resources available to you for sensitive data storage and analysis.

Wed, Jan 22, 1-2:30pm

HPC & the DCC Get a brief overview of Research Computing resources including the Duke Compute Cluster.

Thur, Jan 30, 3:30-5:30pm

Intro to Databases Get a basic introduction to what databases are and how to interact with them.

Wed, Feb 19, 1-2:30pm

Working with mSQL Get a basic introduction to the popular open source Database Management System (DBMS) named “MySQL”.

Wed, Mar 04, 1-2:30pm

HPC & the DCC Get a brief overview of Research Computing resources including the Duke Compute Cluster.

Wed, Mar 25, 10-12

Intro to Shiny: Moving Your (R) Models to the Web Get to know Shiny the tool you need for data visualization using R.

Tues, Mar 17, 1-4pm

Shiny: Creating Interactive Data Tables and Triggered Plots for the Web Learn how to make your web based results tables interactive for your viewers.

Tues, Mar 24, 1-4pm

Shiny: Make Your Shiny App a Resource for Exploratory Research with GGPlot Create multi-panel plots using GGPlot.

Tues, Mar 31, 1-4pm

Shiny: Publication Quality Graphs with Plotly Make interactive, publication quality graphs with plotly.

Tues, Apr 07, 1-4pm