At CodeClan, we’ve been busy bridging the digital skills gap along the Forth and the Clyde. Our CEO Melinda Matthews-Clarkson explains why the Ness is next! When CodeClan was founded back in 2015, our mission was simple: help to close Scotland’s digital skills gap. We started training our first cohort of students in Edinburgh and […]
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Posted Tue 27th Nov by CodeClan
Posted Wed 28th Nov by Edinburgh Java User Group
Try and makes sense of the new MacBook line up with another Edinburgh macMacDev! macMacDevs will be held at Akva, 129 Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, EH3 9QG on Monday 12 November 2018 from 19:30 until whenever. Turn up, talk code, predict which Mac will be first without Intel inside. If you’re planning on coming along, please let
Posted Mon 12th Nov by MacMacDev
Our final meeting for 2018 will be held on Wednesday 21st of November, from 5.30pm. The venue is David Hume Tower, room LG.09 (see map below). As usual, the meeting will be open for all to attend, and newcomers / beginners are very welcome!
Our first guest speaker this month will be Dr Michael Spencer, data scientist and hydrologist at Scotland’s Rural College. He will be talking about GIS and R, and proposing some answers to the following question:
Data Science and GIS
(handout here, slides to follow)
There’s a lot of buzz around spatial data science. The sf package has made some great progress in undertaking traditional GIS tasks within R. But where are the limits of R in spatial work and what role does traditional desktop GIS software have to play in our workflow?
Our second speaker will be Dr Christophe Ladroue, senior statistical software programmer at Quantics, UK. He will be discussing:
Debugging with RStudio
(see code example here)
Using print s...
Posted Sat 10th Nov by EdinbR: The Edinburgh R Usergroup
The Online Identity Assurance team held its third and final Stakeholder Group meeting of 2018 this week, bringing together a wide range of people with interest in our work. The meeting, chaired by Scottish Government’s Chief Data Officer Roger Halliday at Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh, brought together 15 individuals from our Stakeholder Group, 11 who...
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Posted Thu 1st Nov by Scottish Government