OHSU BioData Club is a co-learning community supported by the OHSU Library and DMICE

Python, SQL and pandas: Oh my! June 21

SQL is the most popular programming language for generating and interacting with relational databases and is, therefore, an extremely useful language to learn. This OHSU Library BioData Club...

Research Week 2019: May 13-15

Workshops: Scientific posters and oral presentations 101

OHSU Research Week 2019 is May 13 to 15 — it's coming up fast! Are you presenting a poster or giving a scientific talk? The OHSU Library is hosting workshops to help OHSU community members prepare...

A Gentle Introduction to the Command Line, March 6

What is the command line and why would you want to use it?  Command line interfaces (CLIs) offer more control, speed, precision, and efficiency than graphical user interfaces (GUIs) can provide....

Abstract Writing 101, March 8

A good scientific abstract communicates complex research in a succinct and clear form.  Though highly formulaic, it can be hard to get it right!  In this OHSU Library workshop, attendees will learn...

BioData Club

Better biodata with ontologies and linked data workshop

Have you ever wondered… What an ontology is and why anyone would use one? Who's using ontologies and how are they using them? How ontologies are created and maintained? How to use an...

OHSU BioData Club is a co-learning community supported by the OHSU Library and DMICE

Github pages workshop: Create a personal website, Nov. 16

A personal website can serve as a flexible hub for presenting your best professional self, but where do you start? Github Pages Workshop Friday, Nov 16 4 to 6 p.m. (optional troubleshooting from...

Preprints: The changing scholarly communication landscape

Guest post by Robin Champieux, OHSU’s research engagement and open science librarian. Have you shared your first preprint? For the uninitiated, a preprint is a complete scientific manuscript...