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All of Us Research-HSC

Training

Local training opportunities!

Three upcoming sessions

  1. Introduction sessions;
  2. Use with R & Jupyter Notebooks
  3. Use with Python & Jupyter Notebooks

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1) Introduction session to All of Us Research Program
The Health Sciences Library & Informatics Center will be offering three separate introductory seminars on the All of Us Research Program. Interested faculty and researchers are invited to attend and learn about accessing and using data from this NIH sponsored research program. Attendees will learn about the program and its research data. The All of Us Research Program compiles health data from underrepresented populations from across the United States. This is a tremendous research opportunity.

Dates/times: This introductory online seminar is offered three times, and you only need to attend once.

  •  February 2 at 12-1pm
  •  February 5 at 12-1pm
  •  February 6 at 12-1pm

To registerhttps://goto.unm.edu/hslicevents

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2) Getting Ready to Use the All of Us Researcher Workbench: Using Jupyter Notebooks with R
This online workshop is open to everyone, and per the requirements of the data use agreement we will not demonstrate or use All of Us data.Instead, in this informational and skill building session, we will:

  • Provide background into the All of Us Research Project
  • Identify different levels of data security across the project and the process for accessing data
  • Provide hands-on instruction in using the R programming language within a Jupyter Notebook environment.

The analytic workbench tools available within the All of Us Project's secure online environment use Jupyter Notebooks, so familiarity with this platform is a necessary skill for conducting All of Us research. The workshop will be taught by the University Libraries' Research Data Services.

Date/time: February 13 at 2-4pm

To register: https://libcal.unm.edu/event/11944537.

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3) Getting Ready to Use the All of Us Researcher Workbench: Using Jupyter Notebooks with Python
This online workshop is open to everyone, and per the requirements of the data use agreement we will not demonstrate or use All of Us data.Instead, in this informational and skill building session, we will:

  • Provide background into the All of Us Research Project
  • Identify different levels of data security across the project and the process for accessing data
  • Provide hands-on instruction in using the Python programming language within a Jupyter Notebook environment.

The analytic workbench tools available within the All of Us Project's secure online environment use Jupyter Notebooks, so familiarity with this platform is a necessary skill for conducting All of Us research. The workshop will be taught by the University Libraries' Research Data Services.

Date/time: February 20 at 2-4pm

To register: https://libcal.unm.edu/event/11944565