Throughout Northwestern’s history, its students have excelled at theatrical productions, from impromptu class revues in the 1870s to Emmy- and Oscar-winning achievements today. In celebration of this star-studded heritage, and in conjunction with the School of Communication’s gala CommFest, this blockbuster exhibit uses photographs, posters, programs, and artifacts to showcase the University’s stellar faculty and alumni from every aspect of theatrical performance: acting, writing, directing, and teaching.
Learn how to use this tool for statistical computing. This workshop will cover an overview of the interface, importing data, descriptive statistics and running linear regression models. Basic knowledge of statistics is recommended.
Instructors: Jenni Hartman, Research Lab Engineer, and Matthew Rich, Senior Cloud Services Specialist, Research Computing Services
Have you heard the term “cloud computing” and wondered if it’s right for your research? Do you need to automate workflows, expand your computational capacity, store TBs of data, host web applications, create a database, or solve other computational and storage challenges? If you’d like to learn about the services available in the cloud, and how to sort through your options, this short workshop and discussion is the right place to start.