Chart Credit: Gus Wezerek and Sara Chodosh for New York Times Opinion article by Jeffrey Shaman
Worth a read…
- Lisa Charlotte Muth is writing a book on data viz — and sharing her work daily on Twitter (Data Wrapper)
- ICYMI – NOAA had an AI and Chill weekend, sharing out the 8 plenary sessions and 22 scientific sessions of the NOAA AI workshop last year that ESIP helped put on.
ICESat-2 Hackweek (Due TODAY Jan 10)
Five days of tutorials, data exploration, software development, and community building focused on open source tools to analyze and visualize data — happening March 21-25.
Participants at any career stage and with any range of technical ability can apply. All tutorials and projects will use the Python programming language, with support offered to learn new programming and collaboration tools. Applications due Monday, January 10 by 11:59 p.m. PST.
Three Arctic Data Workshops (Due Jan 21)
The Arctic Data Center is offering three upcoming multiday workshops. Registration is separate for each and due by Friday, January 21:
- Reproducible Practices for Arctic Research Using R
- Scalable and Computationally Reproducible Approaches to Arctic Research
- Fundamentals in Data Management for Qualitative and Quantitative Arctic Research
FAIR for US Workshops (Due Feb 15)
The series of four workshops (Feb 15, Feb 17, March 1 and March 3) is designed to gather broad community input for a scoping report that will outline goals for a five-year target: What are achievable aims for implementing the FAIR principles across the academic, governmental, and non-governmental (NGO) R+D ecosystem?
The SDSC and the U.S. GO FAIR Coordination Office welcome applications from domain scientists, non-governmental research organizations, and research administrators involved in data service delivery.
Enhanced Air Quality Monitoring Funding under the ARP
Inspired by the Air Quality Cluster's summer hackathon? Then apply for or share the EPA's grant competition for community monitoring. Join the webinar January 11 at 1:00 pm EST.
Pilot Polar Federated Search
The pilot federated search is intended to serve the polar research community by creating a single user interface for researchers, community members, and data managers to search across numerous polar repositories in a single query.
NASA Science Data Processing
A new NASA Request for Information (RFI) seeks input from commercial and non-commercial organizations with demonstrable expertise in processing scientific data or comparable datasets as well as implementing successful open science approaches. This is an opportunity to shape the next generation of Earth observing missions that are currently in development. Read more about the project.