PUG@Penn (Python Users Group) brings together members of the Penn community interested in or already working with the popular open-source programming language Python. This drop-in, informal, collaboratively-oriented group meets once per month to experiment and explore the many uses for Python across academic disciplines and industries. All are welcome – no prior experience with Python […]
- From January 1, 2018
This workshop will provide information and guidance for researchers on the new National Institute of Health (NIH) Data Management & Sharing Policy being implemented on January 25, 2023. Since the University of Pennsylvania is a major recipient of NIH funding, it is vital that UPenn researchers are aware of this upcoming change and know how […]
What are some of the ethical challenges researchers face when choosing to work with data? This session will help you assess the potential benefits and risks of collecting, analyzing, and sharing data and provide you with some practical tools to help you assess data needs and assume an ethical data practice in your next project. Location: online To […]
Researchers often need to be able to search a corpus of texts for a defined list of terms and certain places named in a text or texts. This lesson details how to programmatically search documents for a list of terms, including place names and then how to obtain coordinates and map historical place names with […]
In this workshop, we will explore how to build interactive web maps and applications using various desktop and online software tools. To register, please visit this site.