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Events


PV2018 Conference - Adding value and preserving data
PV2018 Conference - Adding value and preserving data

JASMIN Launch Event 2014
An event celebrating the launch of JASMIN as a data analysis facility as part of the UK e-infrastructure.

JASMIN Conference 2016
The first JASMIN user conference, held in June 2016

JASMIN Conference 2017
The second JASMIN user conference, held in June 2017

JASMIN Conference 2018
The third JASMIN User Conference, held in June 2018


Getting started with JASMIN webinar
A beginners guide to using JASMIN

Give us your data: how to prepare your research for the CEDA Archive webinar
Covering topics such as data management planning, metadata and submitting data

Introduction to Git and GitHub webinar
Covering topics such as why you should use version control and useful Git commands

Introduction to LOTUS: JASMIN's batch computing cluster webinar
This webinar focussed on how researchers can use JASMIN's batch computing cluster; LOTUS

Further use of Git and GitHub
Topics providing more detail about using Git and GitHub to manage, share and back up your code.

Using Python on JASMIN webinar
This webinar explored four case studies for using Python on JASMIN.

Designing efficient workflows on LOTUS webinar
This webinar demonstrates two workflows for using LOTUS

Demo of the JASMIN Notebook Service webinar
Find out about the JASMIN Notebook Service's key feature in this demo

Transitioning to SLURM webinar
This webinar will give an overview of what this change means for users and provide an opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

JASMIN2020 virtual event
The JASMIN team provided an update to users about key services and new developments which we have been working on over the last year.

JASMIN User Seminar Series
Regular talks encouraging knowledge sharing and best practice between users - whilst showcasing the types of science enabled by JASMIN

Using CEDA for Air Quality Research - STFC Air Quality Network event
A webinar about how CEDA/JASMIN can be used for air quality research

Jupyter Notebooks for Capacity Development Webinar



An introduction to NAG & NAG/Python interface on JASMIN workshop
An overview of NAG and how the Python interface works on JASMIN

Working on JASMIN: a hands-on workshop
An interactive workshop aimed at novice to intermediate users of JASMIN

Introduction to Scientific Computing course
Skilled computer scientists will introduce you to the fundamentals of scientific computing.

JASMIN Forum 2012
A forum event early in the life of JASMIN, held at Reading University in 2012

Webinar - Research data management services provided by NERC Environmental Data Service
12/11/2021

The Constructing a Digital Environment programme runs an active webinar activity. Held every three weeks, these aim to develop the digitally enabled environment to benefit scientists, policymakers, businesses, communities and individuals. We arrange our webinars predominantly into ‘series’, drawing together presentations following similar themes.

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Introduction to Scientific Computing
22/11/2021
The Introduction to Scientific Computing (ISC) course covers the skills needed to start using Linux and Python in environmental science research.

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Caption: click on the image above to watch a short video about the introduction to scientific computing course. 

We aim to equip students with fundamental knowledge and skills that are essential for almost all researchers in modern scientific disciplines. Participants will learn how to use basic scripting to transfer and manage data, write modular code for automating repetitive tasks, use Python to handle/visualise scientific data and use version control systems to capture and manage their workflows effectively.

Students will the learn the basics of:

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Webinar - Open Science: what’s in it for me?
03/12/2021

The Constructing a Digital Environment programme runs an active webinar activity. Held every three weeks, these aim to develop the digitally enabled environment to benefit scientists, policymakers, businesses, communities and individuals. We arrange our webinars predominantly into ‘series’, drawing together presentations following similar themes.

Read more