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UC Berkeley and LBNL researchers: invitation to use JupyterHub interactive high-performance node

Logo images: Jupyter; Pacific Research Platform; Berkeley Institute for Data Science; Berkeley Research Computing

UC Berkeley and LBNL researchers are invited to use -- free of charge -- a richly-provisioned JupyterHub node loaned to the campus by the Pacific Research Platform project, and jointly managed by the Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) Program and the

An Update on the CollectionSpace UI Rewrite

Over the last two months I've been engaged in an effort to rewrite the CollectionSpace user interface. As described in an earlier article on the rewrite, this code underlies the visible part of CollectionSpace, with which its customers directly interact when acquiring, cataloging, and moving objects, making loans, assessing object conditions, and performing other activities in support of their museums’ day-to-day business..

Research IT seeks interns for fall 2016

Research IT is currently seeking UC Berkeley student applicants for numerous internships starting in fall 2016. These intern positions may last the duration of the academic year, and some positions may include the possibility of summer work. For all of the internships below, send your resume/CV and a letter describing your interest in interning with Research IT, to research-it@berkeley.edu.

Epidemiologists develop a computational tool to optimize study design

Screenshot, StudySimulator.com

Professor Jennifer Ahern of the School of Public Health, and two staff researchers, Masters of Public Health (MPH) Ellie Matthay and Scott Zimmerman, are developing a software tool called the Study Simulator, a web-based simulation generator that will allow investigators to identify optimal study designs and methods of analysis for research inquiries in Public Health and Epidemiology.

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Fine photographs of fungus

Collaboration among researchers in the curation of digital resources is becoming the norm these days.  However, even if your intention is to make your digital assets available to the research community and to link them appropriately, it can still be challenging to make that happen.

Here's a short and satisfying story of one such collaboration in the field of natural history -- serendipitous to be sure, but likely to become more and more common.

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