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OSU Resources

OSU eMicro

Biophysics

  • Data Science for Scientists Club
    • Data Science for Scientists Club is recruiting new members!
      • Open to any individual (students, postdocs or faculty) interested in developing skills necessary to analyze any type of data
      • No programming experience necessary! Club is a great place for absolute beginners to get introduced to the basics of data analysis and programming
      • Develop programming skills in Python, R and associated libraries
      • Share tips and tricks for data analysis and visualization
      • Email freitas.5@osu.edu or popova.4@osu.edu for more information
      • Meets every Tuesday 11:30am-1pm on Zoom ID https://go.osu.edu/datasci4sci_zoom
      • Attend our Zoom information session on Tuesday, March 23rd, Zoom ID https://go.osu.edu/datasci4sci_zoom at 11:30 am - 1 pm

Informatic & Microbiome Tools

Metagenomics Tools and Resources:

Proteomic Tools:

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Conferences & Workshops

Tutorials


Other helpful websites

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES

WRITING TIPS

AUTHORSHIP GUIDELINES:

  1. National Academies Press [On Being a Scientst: A Guide to Responsible Conduct in Research]
  2. Nature Authorship Policies [[3]]
  3. A Graduate Student’s Guide to Determining Authorship Credit and Authorship Order: http://www.apa.org/science/leadership/students/authorship-paper.pdf
  4. PNAS authorship guidelines: http://www.pnas.org/content/101/29/10495.full

Other Cool Links

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