Join Hard Histories at Hopkins for a virtual conversation with historian Mia Bay, author of Traveling Black: A Story of Race and Resistance, which traces discrimination against Black people as they sought to move throughout the United States from the 19th century to the present.
This workshop from Johns Hopkins Data Services will teach you the basics of using Jupyter Notebooks and will focus on the features of Jupyter Notebooks that help you create reproducible research and code for technical and non-technical audiences.
This interactive workshop from Johns Hopkins Data Services will introduce Binder to make your code immediately reproducible by anyone, anywhere, and give you an opportunity to launch your own Binder instance based on a Python, R, or Julia.
Join Thomas Novotny (MPH '92) and Ryan Kennedy for a facilitated discussion around the history of tobacco control, where we are now, and where Novotny and Kennedy want to see the field move in the future.
Notebook tools are particularly useful when you share your code and analysis with non-coders or non-R coders. RMarkdown can help you create interactive web document with text, code and results of executing that chunk of code all in one place.