ResBaz attendees will recieve an email with a link to a survey to provide feedback about the event. A link to session recordings will be provided at the end of the survey. Please see below for supplementary resources such as slides and other materials.

Managing Research Data
Jupyter Notebooks For Reproducible Research
  • Install Juyter Lab or test the browser-based version (JupyterLite) here.
  • Or install Anaconda if you are interested in a bundle of data science tools (including RStudio, VSCode, etc.).
  • Use JupyterLite with the RISE extension for interactive presentations, including blackboard use (only in French, for now).
  • Download the Jupyter Notebook we used in the interactive exercise session (subfolder notebooks) and the example datasets (subfolder datasets) from this GitHub repo. The notebook contains a range of exercises and links to tips and tricks for Markdown and Python.
Nvivo For Literature Reviews
Nvivo Showcase
Build a Research Portfolio Website (Using GitHub)
Open Access: How To Make Your Publications Open
Strategic Publishing: Deciding Where To Publish & Understanding The Process
Introduction To R And Rstudio
Introduction To Using Julia For Machine Learning
Getting Started With The Julia Programming Language
Research Computing With The Rust Programming Language
Python For Image Manipulation And Repeatable Research Pipelines
Tidyverse And Beyond: Key Tips For Existing R Users
Digital Storytelling With Knightlab
Visual Abstracts Create An Attention Hook To Your Published Article
Authoring Collaborative Research Projects In Quarto
Intro to Natural Language Processing using Python
Modern Data Stack In A Box With Duckdb And Dbt
When Science Meets the Headlines: Media Engagement for Research Impact