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Love Data Week Takes Place February 14-18

Data enthusiasts get ready! Love Data Week will be celebrated virtually February 14-18.

Our fourth annual Love Data Week will take place in February with 10 unique workshops and lectures throughout the week. Love Data Week is celebrated internationally and highlights research data.

This year, the week’s events are generally focused on the topics of 3D data and data sharing. Check out the schedule below and be sure to pre-register to reserve your spot.

Monday, February 14

Center for Administrative Data Research (CADR): Overview of Resources and Data Demonstration: 9:30­–11 am

Sign Up for the Center for Administrative Data Research

Love the Census: 2–4 pm

Sign Up for Love the Census

Tuesday, February 15

Computing Basics – The Unix Shell and Command Line Basics: 10–11:30 am

Sign Up for Computing Basics

Using Cyro-Electron Microscopy to Study the 3D Structure of Macromolecules: 2–4pm

Sign Up for Using Cyro-Electron Microscopy to Study the 3D Structure of Macromolecules

Wednesday, February 16

Photogrammetry for Architecture: 10–11am

Sign Up for Photogrammetry for Architecture

Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation: 2–4pm

Sign Up for Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation: 2–4pm

Thursday, February 17

3D Drone Imaging: 10 am–12 pm

Sign Up for 3D Drone Imaging

Keynote: Toward an Open Ecosystem for Neuroimaging Data Analysis and Sharing: 2–3pm

Sign Up for the Love Data Week 2022 Keynote

Friday, February 18

Introduction to R – Advanced Data Visualization in R: 10 am–12 pm

Sign Up for Introduction to R

Geospatial Frontiers: An Introduction to WashU’s Geospatial Working Group: 12–2 pm

Sign Up for Geospatial Frontiers

Introduction to Photogrammetry: 2–4 pm

Sign Up for Introduction to Photogrammetry