KNIME Workshop for Scientific Data Analysis, Manipulation and Visualization
Sponsored by KNIME and the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society
When: Monday June 12, 3-5 PM
Where: 200 Cambridgepark Drive (6th floor), Cambridge, MA
In this course we will teach you how to build reproducible and self-documenting data pipelines to manipulate and visualize data using KNIME Analytics Platform (AP). KNIME AP is an open source visual programming tool that’s free of charge and available for everyone. We will work on an example of malaria HTS data, cover how to import data from different sources and formats (including chemical data), go through the most common and useful data manipulation operations, and visualize the data in an interactive way.
Besides that, we will show you how to programmatically retrieve data from web services, and if time allows how to integrate Python or R code into your pipeline. Please note that active participation works best with a laptop. Please come with KNIME AP preinstalled from https://www.knime.com/downloads, so we can start right away.
This workshop is free and there is room for 10 people. Registration is required but tickets are free of charge.
Directions to 200 Cambridgepark Drive, 6th floor:
By driving, use GPS directions for 200 Cambridgepark Drive, Cambridge MA. Parking is available, please email email@example.com if you need a parking spot.
By the T: take the Red line all the way to Alewife station. From the station, the location is a 10 minute walk down Cambridgepark Drive.
Please arrive by 3 PM and check in at the front entrance lobby of 200 Cambridgepark Dr., you will be escorted to the 6th floor for the workshop.
Please contact Carol Mulrooney at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about this workshop