Fall Workshops, Datapalooza, LaTex Overleaf
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Join us for Workshops!

We still have a few workshops this semester!  Join us this Thursday for Introduction to ORCID.  Winston Barham from UVA Library Scholarly Communications will lead a brief tour and a hands-on account creation and population of the tool that helps you keep track your research outputs.  We also have Intro to ZoteroScientific Image Processing with MATLABScientific Computing with Julia on RivannaScientific Image Processing with Python, and Accelerate Python with RAPIDS.  Thanks to Research Computing for partnering with us to offer these popular computing workshops!

DATAPALOOZA 2021: Learning In Action

November 19, 2021 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Datapalooza is an annual conference hosted by the University of Virginia’s School of Data Science that brings together more than 500 attendees from across higher education, industry, and the greater data science community. This year's theme "Learning In Action," is inspired by the interdisciplinary values of data science with the intention to share knowledge and build community. Register here!

Overleaf Pro for LaTeX

LaTeX is a widely used typesetting program, useful for preparing and submitting journal articles, dissertations, posters, and many other documents.  This powerful and free program has been used for decades at UVA and around the world, but in the past few years Overleaf has provided a cloud-based collaborative platform to allow you to work on LaTeX documents with your co-authors. Register with your email address to use Overleaf Pro.  In addition to a collaborative editing platform with version control, Overleaf offers extensive help pages and tutorials, as well as a wide array of templates.  Overleaf is also a very convenient platform to use to get help from the Library with LaTeX errors. Just reach out to Ricky Patterson ( if you have any questions about Overleaf, or need help with LaTeX. 
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