Research Computing Support in the Office of Information Technology holds regular main campus office hours for Boise State’s research community noon-2 p.m. every Thursday.
Consultations are open to everyone from undergraduate students to faculty. Stop by the Research Computing Services office at 1114 S. Manitou Avenue during these hours.
If you can’t make it, email Research Computing Services to request an appointment.
Upcoming Research Events
R Live Coding Session
- 10 a.m.-noon Friday, April 12, in Albertsons Library, Room 201F
Colin Ard, senior data scientist at Micron, will present a live coding session to show Bayesian analytics used in the private sector. He also will discuss industry careers and skills building. Registration is not required.
Scheduled on demand.
For those in need of help with scientific data programming and processing, Research Computing Services provides free coding pop-up hours anywhere on campus. All are welcome to bring application, coding (R, python, c/c++, etc.), pipeline, data exploration, data prep and post and final processing questions. No research problem is too big or too small.
Email Researching Computing Services to schedule a coding pop-up.
For additional information and services, visit the Research Computing Services website.