Seems that example 2 is pretty much fitted for me. :D I am happy to prepare the abstract in the weekend. I have public data (the ECODSE competition stuff) to prepare something, but accuracy with those (very few data points) is fairly low. If that’s fine, I am happy to give a 30/40 minutes hands on
> On Jul 6, 2018, at 6:31 AM, Matthew Collins <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> During the 2018 Ecological Society of America conference in New Orleans (8/5-8/10) a collaboration of data projects have put their booths together and are running a data help desk. Our goal is to provide a place for researchers to get individual and small group help with their struggles working with data.
> We're looking for help from anyone who is going to be attending the conference in delivering short (20-40 minute) presentations on a topic you're familiar with. Some examples:
> - Frequency and distribution of correctly distributed rubber spheres
> - Applications of fully convolutional networks to remotely sensed imagery
> - Mini-workshop on the basics of meta-analysis and systematic review
> - Loading data into, and making use of, the ARGON dataset
> - R shiny
> If you're interested, please fill in the following form or get in touch with me. Please also forward this invitation on to anyone you know who is attending the conference.
> Matthew Collins
> Technical Operations Manager
> Advanced Computing and Information Systems Lab, ECE
> University of Florida