Accessing Workshop Materials

We're excited to announce that our entire workshop -- which was broadcast live via YouTube -- is permanently and freely available through YouTube, GitHub, and Docker. If you're on Twitter, let everyone know you've found us with our workshop hashtag: #dataonthemind

Accessing videos

Videos generated by the live stream are available on the YouTube channel for the Berkeley Institute for Data Science (part of the Moore-Sloan Data Science Environments), who hosted our workshop at the University of California, Berkeley.  DeNoise Studios are currently working hard to produce edited and transcribed versions of these videos, which will be posted as soon as they are available.

Accessing exercises

All of our exercises and data are freely available on the GitHub repository for our workshop, and some quick-start directions are available on the GitHub repository's readme file. Please note that you'll need to download Docker first.

During the workshop, we worked together with Aaron Culich of Berkeley Research IT and Berkeley Research Computing to create a cloud-based environment that includes all data, code, and software for all tutorials in the workshop, thanks to a resource-use grant from XSEDE and Jetstream (funded by the NSF). We are currently working on how to facilitate persistent access to the server by returning workshop participants and newcomers alike. Additional information will be added to the GitHub repository readme once we have it.