In NeSI’s July webinar, Tom Harrop from the University of Otago and Genomics Aotearoa fellow Joseph Guhlin will demonstrate why researchers should use containers in their workflows.Tom and Joseph... Read more
On Tuesday May 26th from 12:00-1:00pm NZST New Zealand will have its first Carpentries community call of 2020.The Carpentries project comprises the Software Carpentry, Data Carpentry, and Library... Read more
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.