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Past list: December 2018

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  1. Something that the CDI should try?

    Hack weeks as a model for data science education and collaboration

    Daniela HuppenkothenAnthony ArendtDavid W. HoggKarthik RamJacob T. VanderPlas, and Ariel Rokem

  2. February's monthly meeting recommendation:

    How to be a modern scientist
    by Jeffrey Leek

    A book about how to be a scientist the modern, open-source way.

    Available at: https://leanpub.com/modernscientist


    Includes sections on data sharing, software code, internal communications.

    What should I do and why?
    What tools should I use?
    Other tips and issues.