The Use of MATLAB in Open Science

Date Time
25 Nov 2020
9:00 AM EST

Overview

Are you involved in a research project involving collaborations across Institutions and countries? Would you like to share your research tools with your colleagues across the globe? Are you looking to enhance the reproducibility and reusability of your code?

Join us on November 25th to learn more about how you can leverage MATLAB to effectively share your resources and make your science open.

In this webinar you will learn how to tell a story with your data using notebook-style live scripts. You will discover how you can integrate MATLAB with Python code. You will get to know how you can share your code, taking advantage of MATLAB community tools such as File Exchange & GitHub. Finally, you will find out how you can host MATLAB offerings at your HPC center or Science Gateway.

Highlights

  • Creation of notebook-style Live Scripts using MATLAB Live Editor
  • Creation of Web Apps
  • Calling Python libraries from MATLAB and MATLAB functions from Python
  • Leverage MATLAB Community Resources to make code, projects & toolboxes available
  • Access MATLAB through your browser, share licenses with collaborators, host MATLAB

Who should attend?

This webinar is aimed at researchers, toolbox owners & open science enthusiasts looking to integrate MATLAB code into collaborative projects involving multiple programming languages, partners and institutions, and make them available to other scientists.

About the Presenter

Dr. Shubo Chakrabarti is the EMEA Science Gateway Strategist at MathWorks and helps researchers using and hosting online portals to effectively share and easily access MATLAB and Simulink for their research.

Shubo earned his PhD in neuroscience at the Penn State University Medical College in the US. Before joining MathWorks, Shubo worked as a senior neuroscientist and project leader for several years at the Universities of Göttingen and Tübingen. He is an Alexander von Humboldt fellow and a reviewer for several scientific journals and the German Research Society (DFG).

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