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OU-Tulsa Three Minute Thesis Competition - Jan. 18th at 6pm

OU-Tulsa will be hosting a local 3 Minute Thesis competition on Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at 6:00 PM online via Zoom. Students will present their dissertation, thesis or other graduate level projects in just 3 minutes (and with just 1 slide) to a non-specialist audience. 

If you are a graduate student in Norman-based or HSC program, please consider entering. Prizes will be awarded:

Survival Skills: Keep Your Research Safe with Backups

November 10, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am | Online via Zoom

Survival Skills: Keep Your Research Safe with Backups will help you learn the basics of backing up your valuable research data and other information. In it, we will cover the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How of keeping your data safe and secure.

By the end of Keep Your Research Safe with Backups, you should be able to:

Visualization in R using 'ggplot2'

DAVIS (the Data Analytics, Visualization, and Information Syndicate) at Bizzell Library is offering a free intermediate online workshop on Visualization in R using ggplot2. Tulsa-based students, faculty, and staff are welcome!

This workshop is an active learning “code-along” overview of visualization using the popular R package ‘ggplot2’.  This is an expansion and extension of the R plotting materials presented in Data Carpentry.

***Prior experience coding in R is required.***

Visualization in Python using Matplotlib

DAVIS (the Data Analytics, Visualization, and Information Syndicate) at Bizzell Library is offering a free intermediate online workshop on Visualization with Python. Tulsa-based students, faculty, and staff are welcome!

Matplotlib is the most widely used scientific plotting library in Python . This workshop will cover intermediate uses of matplotlib, including making different types of graphs, customizing graphs, and producing groups of graphs from raw data. 

Software Carpentry: Python Lessons

DAVIS (the Data Analytics, Visualization, and Information Syndicate) at Bizzell Library is offering a free online workshop on Python. Tulsa-based students, faculty, and staff are welcome!

Python is a popular language for scientific computing, and great for general-purpose programming as well. This is a beginner-level workshop for researchers presented by OU Libraries. Our workshops cover better practices for research, data, coding, and communication. No prior experience is needed (i.e. no prerequisites).

Introduction to the Unix/Linux Shell

DAVIS (the Data Analytics, Visualization, and Information Syndicate) at Bizzell Library is offering a free virtual workshop on Introduction to the Unix/Linux Shell. Tulsa-based students, faculty, and staff are welcome!