Megan Guidry

The New Zealand Carpentries community will be gathering online on 2 Dec to plan a day-long Carpentry Connect event as a pre-conference workshop to eResearch NZ 2021. Anyone interested in helping pl... Read more

Join researchers and postgrads from around NZ to virtually up-skill in next generation digital research tools and skills through a series of 1 hour online workshop sessions.  These ‘Pick n Mix’ ses... Read more

NeSI’s next research spotlight webinar comes from Massey University PhD student Olivia Angelin-Bonnet.  Olivia researches how to decipher genotype-phenotype interactions through regulatory networks... Read more

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 w... Read more

On 28 May, 2020, NeSI Apps Support team member Callum Walley and University of Auckland data scientist Eirian Perkins delivered a training webinar on Git fundamentals. The pair summarised the benef... Read more

What is "version control" and why is it important for you as a researcher? Version control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versi... 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 C... Read more

On 21 April, 2020, University of Otago postdoctoral researcher and training fellow Murray Cadzow collaborated with NeSI to deliver a training webinar on RMarkdown. He summarised the benefits of usi... Read more

On 26 March, 2020, ESR researcher Joep de Ligt collaborated with NeSI to deliver a training webinar on genomics workflows. He summarised the benefits of adopting a workflow practice and demonstrate... 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 att... Read more