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Computing Club​

The Computing Club hosts causal bi-weekly seminars focusing on computational topics often encountered in biostatistics and public health research. The talks are aimed at students across a range of skill levels. Some are designed to bring new students up to speed and other others focus on more intermediate/advanced problems


Junrui Di and Stephen Cristiano


Every other Tuesday from 12:15 - 1:15 pm with lunch provided


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2015-2016 Academic Year

9/8/2015W2029Junrui Di, Stephen CristianoWelcome Session: Toolbox for Biostatistics Graduate Students
9/22/2015W2303Zhicheng JiIntroduction to the Cluster
10/6/2015W2029John MuschelliQ & A Session
10/20/2015W2029Stephen CristianoBoosting Computing: RCPP
11/3/2015W2029Leslie MyintD3 Graphics
11/17/2015W2303Jisoo Kim, Hanying Li(1) Making Maps in R, (2) Plots arrangement
12/1/2015W2029Haoyu ZhangToolbox for GWAS
12/15/2015W2029Zhenke WuA Survey of Automatic Bayesian Computation Softwares
1/26/2016W2029Elizabeth SweeneyIllustrator
2/9/2016W2029Junrui DiMaking Posters using Latex
2/23/2016 CANCELLED 
3/8/2016 TBA 
3/29/2016W2029Rayman HuangICA
4/12/2016W2029Peter HickeyInitial steps toward reproducible research
4/26/2016W2029Elizabeth SweeneyIllustrator