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Welcome to the eighteenth ever issue of Monday Morning Data Science from the Fred Hutch Data Science Laboratory. We are excited to show you what we have been working on (Fresh from the Lab), plus links that we think you would be interested in (Our Weekly Bookmarks Bar). Part of the purpose of this newsletter is to start conversations, so if you have a question or there is something you would like to share with us please let us know by responding directly to this email.
Fresh from the Lab
[New Regime for Data House Calls] Given the diversity of topics folks have brought to Data House Calls, and DaSL’s desire to meet people where they are at (in a hybrid and time-aware sort of way), we've shifted the format to ensure that everyone has some focused time to discuss their specific questions. If you have questions about anything data-related, from here on out you can, at any time, schedule a Data House Call via this link: https://calendly.com/amypag/datahousecalls
Topics have and can vary but DaSL is available to discuss a variety of things such as:
reviewing NIH data sharing plans for grants
strategizing regarding data use agreements and data-only IRB protocol guidance and connections
finding training for data science and analytics skills you’d like to learn
finding documentation about what FHCC data oriented resources are available
learning about how to leverage various applications and computing platforms available at FHCC
discussing how to best leverage FHCC data storage systems and how to get support
discussing challenges in getting FHCC clinical data for research use
We might not have all the answers, but we can certainly help you find your next step.
[New Single Cell User Group]The Fred Hutch Single Cell User Group has joined forces with groups at BBI and UW to create a pan-SLU Single Cell Group! Tuesday, March 7 at 4pm: Please join us at our first merged meeting with Dr. Mary O’Neill, director of the Brotman Baty Institute Single Cell Genomics Platform. Her talk is titled “Single Cell Sequencing at the BBI Advanced Technology Lab (BAT-Lab)” and she will be discussing the resources of the BBI.
The meeting will be on Zoom, and have physical meeting locations both in SLU and on the Fred Hutch Arnold building. See our post in Slack for Zoom URL and locations. Please RSVP using this link. For any questions or if you would like to present at a future meeting, please email email@example.com. If you haven’t already, make sure to add yourself to our email list here!
[Event: R User Group] Tuesday 3/7 at 1pm the monthly R User group will be meeting online only on Teams. If you would like to talk about an R subject that you are interested please let Sean know so that the Data Science Lab can support you!
Our Weekly Bookmarks Bar
[Conference Talk: Haunted by Data] by Pinboard founder Maciej Ceglowski.
As always you can contact us by replying directly to this email, you can email Jeff Leek, Amy Paguirigan, and Sean Kross at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you are welcome to join us on the Fred Hutch Data Slack Workspace. For more information about the Fred Hutch Data Science Lab, visit our website: https://hutchdatascience.org/. See you next week!
- The Fred Hutch Data Science Laboratory