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Events

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  • Wed 18th Sep 4:00pm
    The UK national event for OSGeo, Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial 2019.
    Includes ice-breaker event on 18th September, two full conference days (19th and 20th) and a code sprint/hackfest (21st). Gala dinner / party too.
  • Thu 19th Sep 6:00pm
    Charities and the digital/tech sector each have their own distinct languages, assumptions and knowledge gaps. One of the huge challenges for working together is understanding each other!

    This month w... more
  • Thu 19th Sep 6:30pm
    EdinburghJS is a casual event, presenting short talks and a chance for discussion with other local JavaScripters, whatever your experience or job title is. Our goal is to have an awesome and inclusive... more
  • Fri 20th Sep 9:00am
    This one day course provides an intensive overview QGIS. The course is designed for experienced users of desktop GIS software who are looking to switch from another GIS package to QGIS, or learn about... more
  • Mon 23rd Sep 6:00pm
    In this fortnightly coding club for 7-17 year olds, we will be working on different creative coding projects influenced by your interests and what you want to do. Meeting at the Stockbridge Library wi... more

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  • Hi everyone, I hope you’ve all enjoyed the break and look forward to seeing you again at our next meeting! It will take place on the 25th of September, from 6.00pm, in the Usha Kasera Lecture Theatre (in Old College). As usual, the meeting will be open for all to attend, and newcomers / beginners are very welcome! Our two speakers this month have collaborated to interactively explore clusters within the Scottish economy. Gordon Bryden (Assistant Statistician at The Office of the Chief Economic Advisor) & Benjamin Hansson (Assistant Statistician within the Scottish Government) will therefore be discussing: Identifying Industry Clusters in the Scottish Economy with R and Shiny In this talk, we will discuss our latest efforts to visualise the Scottish Economy as a network consisting of clustered groups of related industries using R and Shiny. We will begin with the basics on networks and clustering before moving on to the algorithm and implementation that we chose to analyse the...
    Posted Mon 16th Sep by EdinbR: The Edinburgh R Usergroup
  • Melinda’s Memo August is a strange time here at CodeClan. On the one hand, the industry tends to take a lot of holidays, leading to things slowing down a little. On the other, our Edinburgh campus is smack in the middle of the world’s biggest arts festival, which makes travelling anywhere, or finding a quiet […] The post Melinda’s Memo – August 2019 appeared first on CodeClan.
    Posted Wed 7th Aug by CodeClan
  • Following the success of the Edinburgh-based pilot, CodeClan, Scotland’s national digital skills academy is launching its ground-breaking Data Analysis course in Glasgow. Taking place at CodeClan’s city-centre Glasgow campus on August 22nd, the launch event is aimed at professionals already working with data, businesses which want to retrain existing, employers looking for new staff with […] The post Data Analysis Course Launches in Glasgow appeared first on CodeClan.
    Posted Tue 6th Aug by CodeClan
  • Newsdirect is an Edinburgh-based political monitoring company, which enables organisations to track policy decisions which will affect them. It’s used by more than 200 organisations across the UK to make sure they have their fingers upon the pulse of government. As the pace of news and updates continues to increase, and the number of clients grows, Newsdirect […] The post newsdirect on working with CodeClan’s Client Xperience appeared first on CodeClan.
    Posted Wed 31st Jul by CodeClan
  • Can it really be that time already? Another few weeks down the road and – just when you had started to relax – CodeClan welcomes Edinburgh Cohort 33 on board. Please put your hands, pincers, flagella, chromatophores, or other expressive body parts together (or indeed make them fluoresce/change colour, etc.) to welcome the 33rd cohort […] The post Say Hello to Edinburgh Cohort 33! appeared first on CodeClan.
    Posted Tue 30th Jul by CodeClan

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