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Canada is one of the world’s proven suppliers and innovators in food. But in the post-pandemic world, we will need to invest in that reputation to retain our competitive advantage in this sector that... See event details
This webinar will compare the available tools for solving jobs that consist of many tasks including: Job Arrays, GNU Parallel and GLOST. The type of tasks suitable for these approaches will be... See event details
Parallel computing is the business of breaking a large problem into tens, hundreds, or even thousands of smaller problems which can then be solved at the same time, possibly on more than one computer... See event details
This session will explore what sensitive data are, the difJames Doiron, co-Chair of the Portage Data Management Planning (DMP) Expert Group, will offer an applied session focused upon DMPs. Topics... See event details
Academia.edu, ResearchGate, Humanities Commons, ORCID: where is it worth spending your time on online platforms? This workshop will consider how to create and manage a professional online presence,... See event details
This session will explore what sensitive data are, the different levels of data sensitivity, address sensitive data management, ethical handling, cybersecurity considerations, and resources for... See event details
Join us on Friday 26 June for our next WestGrid Community Town Hall. Patrick Mann, WestGrid's Director of Operations, will share the latest updates from WestGrid and Compute Canada that have impacts... See event details
This webinar builds on concepts introduced in an earlier session that explored the sandbox options of Twitter's APIs. (To watch a recording of that earlier introductory session, click here.)  
This year, WestGrid is moving its Research Computing Summer School online. Courses include the following topics: Bash command line Introduction to High Performance Computing (HPC) Introduction to... See event details
This webinar, aimed at users with no experience in machine learning, is an introduction to the basic concepts of neural networks, followed by a simple example — the classic classification of the... See event details
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