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Cyberinfrastructure to Support Water Science Education and Reproducible Science

Authors: Anthony Castronova
Owners: Anthony Castronova
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Created:Apr 27, 2018 at 3:25 p.m.
Last updated: Apr 27, 2018 at 3:26 p.m. by Anthony Castronova


Fluency in software tools, libraries, and languages is becoming an essential skill of scientists that can directly influence the effectiveness and efficiency of their work. While graduate students often learn these skills while conducting research, these are difficult to teach undergraduate students. This seminar will discuss CUAHSI’s investment in cyberinfrastructure to support water science research, training, and education. Topics will range from designing educational modules and hosting workshops to hydrologic modeling and data analysis. Participants can expect a primer on JupyterHub and the cyberinfrastructure that has been designed to support these workflows, as well as detailed demonstrations of common educational and research use cases. Participants are expected to have a basic understanding of HydroShare.org and the Python programming language, and are encouraged to participate in the live demonstrations.

Subject Keywords

Cyberseminar,JupyterHub,Education,Reproducible Science

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Castronova, A. (2018). Cyberinfrastructure to Support Water Science Education and Reproducible Science, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/3511859f202045da99534f01c699af66

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Anthony Castronova CUAHSI 3399334127
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