Georg Sverdrups hus,
3rd floor (map)
Moltke Moes vei 39
How are the things you work with data? How can you make better use of data in your research? And how can you share data?
Iris.ai helps students and researchers make discoveries faster by shaving up to 90% off of the time required to conduct a typical literature review!
This workshop will teach how to handle sound files in python, compute sound and audio features from them, and run machine learning algorithms on them.
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research.
In this workshop you will learn how to place virtual text and 3D objects in the real world, so that they can be seen using a smartphone as a 'magic window'. You will learn how to animate things, how to add interactivity, and how to visualize data in AR.
In the workshop we will go through the basic functionality of the service. The main focus will be creation and administration of forms in the Nettskjema environment.
The workshop will introduce the common tools used to analyze single-cell RNA sequencing data
In this tutorial, the main features of the freeware transcription tool for audio and video material – ELAN – will be presented.
Learn how encryption works with SSH for remote logins!
This course is intended to introduce beginners to the social side of programming and the importance of Open Software in Academia.
The intention of the workshop is to show how one can integrate transcription into video.
In this workshop we will approach data visualization as a design problem, and learn how to solve this problem systematically. You will learn cognitive and design principles that help you understand what works and why, and how to explore different design solutions more efficiently.
All you need to know about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Motivational nondirective resonance breathing (MNRB) is an innovative smartphone-guided meditation treatment. This workshop will discuss the MNRB treatment design, present preliminary findings, and have hands-on demonstrations of MNRB treatment sessions using the MBS device.
In this workshop you will learn how to manage your research data, and navigate the landscape of open science more effectively.
This workshop is a hands-on tutorial on Docker and Singularity. Docker is the most popular and user friendly platform for running and managing Linux containers. Singularity is a platform for deploying light-weight containers for HPC systems.