Creating clear analyses that can be reproduced easily sounds simple. So why do so many of us struggle to re-run code that was developed 2, 5, or 10 years ago or find ourselves utterly lost when... Read more
As access to data grows exponentially, genomics researchers are looking more towards using workflows. But what does an effective workflow look like and how should people go about developing one for... Read more
If effectively anticipating your job’s HPC resource requirements is a skill that you want to develop, come along to NeSI’s next “Quick Tips” webinar: How efficient is my job? NeSI’s Anthony Shaw... Read more
Coding can be tricky and frustrating, which is why NeSI’s first Quick tips webinar of 2020 will cover troubleshooting on NeSI. According to Wikipedia, troubleshooting is “a logical, systematic... Read more
Genomics Aotearoa (GA) and New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI) will be running a Genomics Data Carpentry workshop on January 28-29 at the University of Auckland City Campus.
You may be very familiar with ‘for’ loops and ‘while’ loops. Quite often, they are the first things we learn about on our coding journey. Surprisingly, these humble loops could be slowing down the... Read more
NZ’s first Carpentry Connect is happening in Dunedin, NZ on 11th February 2020, hosted by University of Otago and NeSI! Want to know more about the Carpentries? Or perhaps you want to connect with... Read more
For November’s edition of NeSI’s training webinar series, we host Dr. Cyprien Bosserelle, a hydrodynamics modeller at NIWA who has a particular research interest in processes related to inundation,... Read more