Melanie Colón Posted April 4, 2016 Share Posted April 4, 2016 Apologies for cross-posting:We are pleased to announce: *R**egistration open now for two Summer Schools*organized by www.spatial-ecology.net held at the University of Basilicata,Matera, Italy:*- Spatio-Temporal Data Analyses Using Free and Open Source Software**(6th-10thJune 2016)**An immersion 5 day experience opening new horizons on the use of the vastpotentials of the Linux environment and the command line approach toprocess data using Bash, AWK, Python, GRASS, QGIS, GDAL/OGR, R, PKtools,Openforis. **We will guide newbies who have never used a command lineterminal to a stage which will allow them to understand and use veryadvanced open source data processing routines. Our focus is to enhance theapproach of self-learning allowing participants to keep on progressing andupdating their skills in a continuously evolving technological environment.**----------------------------------------------------**- Hands-on Open Source Drone Mapping and High Performance Computing forBig Geo-Data **(13th-17th June 2016)**Another 5 day immersion experience on advanced data processing using highperformance computers (HPC) and emerging technologies such as dronemapping, rasdaman (Fastest Array Database on Earth) and cloud computing. Weprovide a walk-through journey from the introduction of Linux operatingsystem and different open source software (Python, GRASS, GDAL/OGR, R,PKtools, Openforis) to capturing data out in the field using an UnmannedAerial Vehicle, to complex image processing and data analyses. We focus onhow maximising computation performance using multicore on single computer,switching to distributed clusters of computers (using grid enginescheduler) and ultimately data analytics with cutting edge rasdamansoftware (Big Data Analytics Server).*More information and registrations:www.spatial-ecology.net/upcoming-eventshttps://www.facebook.com/spatialecologyhttp://www.spatial-ecology.net/upcoming-events>> see events--Giuseppe Amatulli, Ph.D.Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Yale University.Jetz Lab, OML Room 405P.O. Box 208106165 PROSPECT STNew Haven, CT 06520-8106Teaching: spatial-ecology.netWork: http://sbsc.yale.edu/giuseppe-amatullihttp://www.spatial-ecology.net> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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