Join the Texas A&M Superfund Research Center for a free, virtual learning series, Big Data in Environmental Science and Toxicology, from July through December 2021.
6 Months—6 Sessions!
Why should you participate? Join us and…
Engage with Superfund Research Program colleagues and those from the US EPA and Sciome LLC—who have expertise in data sharing tools and initiatives. Dive deep into the how and why of data science. Benefit from opportunities to learn about manipulating data and placing research into context.
Register now for any or all of these free virtual sessions!
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HOW TO PLACE YOUR RESEARCH QUESTIONS OR RESULTS INTO THE CONTEXT OF THE “LEGACY” TOXICOLOGY DATA | Speaker: Antony Williams—US Environmental Protection Agency
“NEW APPROACH METHODS”—WHAT IS THAT? | Speaker: Antony Williams—US Environmental Protection Agency
MANIPULATING BIG(ISH) DATA IN EXCEL, AND READING INTO R | Speakers: Fred Wright—North Carolina State University, Candice Brinkmeyer-Langford—Texas A&M University, and Dillon Lloyd—North Carolina State University
MANIPULATING AND DISPLAYING BIG(ISH) DATA IN R | Speakers: Fred Wright—North Carolina State University, Burcu Beykal—University of Connecticut, and Allison Dickey—North Carolina State University
PLACING TOXICOLOGY DATA IN THE CONTEXT OF EXPOSURE | Speaker: Caroline Ring—US Environmental Protection Agency
“EXPERIMENTS ARE TOO HARD!”—HOW TO USE ONLINE RESOURCES TO PREDICT CHEMICAL HAZARD AND EXPOSURE | Speakers: Ruchir Shah, Alex Sedykh, Vijay Gombar, and Austin Ross—Sciome LLC
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