Enabling data-driven research and education
We can support your research in a variety of ways if you are in or collaborating with someone in the Division of Agriculture, Life and Veterinary Sciences and Cooperative Extension (ALVSCE) at UArizona. Our areas of expertise include data management and curation, reproducible and open research workflows, crop and ecosystem modeling, Bayesian statistics, and computing best practices. Our interactions with researchers can be short term, such as answering a single programming question, to much longer collaborations. See below for ways to interact with our group!
We host hands-on workshops approximately once per month on a variety of topics ranging from data management to computing and advanced statistical methods for researchers in ALVSCE and beyond. Feel free to request a workshop here!
We also run a variety of other workshops for diverse groups and conferences at UA and beyond.
Data Science Incubator
Could your research take off with some data science or software support? We offer a Data Science Incubator that is open to all faculty, staff, and students in ALVSCE. If your proposal is selected, a staff member will provide collaborative support on methods, technologies, and best practices for up to 80 hours (2 weeks FTE).
Past incubators include Shiny apps for data visualization and discovery, custom Bayesian analyses, R packages, and database design.
Are you looking for help crafting the data management, statistical analysis, visualization, modeling, or computing infrastructure parts of your grant proposals? We would love to help!
Past and current projects include crop and ecosystem simulation modeling, high-throughput plant phenotyping, and open-source drone workflows.
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