Join UCLibraries and IT@UC for a workshop on Research Reproducibility and Data Visualization using R (part of the Data and Computational Science Series (funded by the Provost Office through a universal provider grant).
On April 16th, Dr. Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel, Associate Professor at Duke University and Data Scientist & Professional Educator at RStudio will be on campus to give a presentation about Reproducible Research and conduct a workshop on Data Visualization in R.
The day’s schedule is below. The venue will be the Data Visualization Space in the Geology-Math-Physics Library – 240H Braunstein Hall.
10:00 am to 11:00 am Presentation – Reproducible Research
11:00 am to 12:00 pm Meet and Greet with Dr. Cetinkaya-Rundel (Lunch provided)
12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Workshop – Data Visualization in R with ggplot2 and gganimate
These events are free and open to all.
Visit the Faculty One Stop website to register.
More information about the DCSS 2019 series can be found on the DCSS website .
Flyer: DCS2 Word flyer_Rstudio
UPDATE TWO: Correct link to Illiad: https://illiad.uc.edu/illiad/index.html
If you have problems logging into Illiad, please use the above link to login.
We are working to correct all links now.
UPDATE: the scheduled maintenance is taking longer than anticipated. Please note we’ve changed the estimated up time to 5pm. Thank you for understanding.
The Libraries Interlibrary Loan (Illiad) server will be offline for maintenance Monday, March 18 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. During that time, Interlibrary Loan will be unavailable.
Thank you for your patience.
Read Source, the online newsletter, to learn more about the news, events, people and happenings in UC Libraries.
In this edition of Source, Dean Xuemao Wang writes about the university’s Bicentennial and we announce an exhibit of books from the libraries that document the university’s 200 years. We interview Brad Warren, associate dean of library services, and focus on the Visualization Lab located in the Geology-Mathematics-Physics Library.
An article from Rich Puff, assistant vice president of public relations & communications, Academic Health Center, honors Lucy Oxley, MD, ‘a pioneer and a servant leader.’ University archivist and head of the Archives and Rare Books Library Kevin Grace writes about James Landy’s 1876 images celebrating William Shakespeare
Lastly, we promote to upcoming events: Hidden Treasures: An Adopt-A-Book Evening on March 14 and the Cecil Striker Society Annual Lecture on May 15.
Read these articles, as well as past issues, on the web at http://libapps.libraries.uc.edu/source/ and via e-mail. To receive Source via e-mail, contact email@example.com to be added to the mailing list.
UC is transitioning to the new VPN software Cisco AnyConnect by March 1, 2019. For UC students, faculty and staff who use the VPN to access library resources from off-campus will need to download and install the new VPN software by March 1st. Both AnyConnect and Pulse Secure will work until March 1, 2019. After March 1st, only AnyConnect will work.
New to the SSL VPN?
The Secure Sockets Layer Virtual Private Network (SSL VPN) provides authorized users to access UC Library resources from off-campus and is ideal for longer research sessions.
VPN AnyConnect Software Installation
Go to vpn.uc.edu to access the UC AnyConnect client application installers.
Step-by-step setup instructions for downloading and installing the UC AnyConnect VPN software
After installation, log into the VPN software on your computer/device using your UC central login and then open a browser window to start your research session.
Both AnyConnect and Pulse Secure will work until March 1, 2019. After March 1st, only AnyConnect will work.
Questions? Contact IT@UC
- Phone: 513-556-4357
- Toll Free: 866-397-3382
Eleanor Dickson Koehl, digital scholarship librarian with the HathiTrust will visit UC Libraries to give a presentation on the HathiTrust Research Center and conduct a workshop on text mining using HathiTrust Resources and python. The talk will be Tuesday Feb 26th from 3- 4 pm and the workshop will be Wednesday Morning from 9am -12pm with a luncheon afterwards from 12 pm-1 pm. Please join for one or both events which will be held in the Vis Lab 240H Braunstein Hall – inside the Geology-Math and Physics Library. These events are free and open to all. We request that attendees of the text mining workshop complete registration through the faculty one stop system.
For more information please refer to the DCS2 Word flyer_hathi_2019.
You are cordially invited to the University of Cincinnati’s 4th Annual Data Day sponsored by The University of Cincinnati Libraries and IT@UC.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are topics gaining national attention. Our 4th Annual University of Cincinnati Data Day will explore these topics in depth and highlight how researchers can expand their understanding by considering the impact of diversity, equity and inclusion on their own research.
What: University of Cincinnati 4th Annual Data Day
When: Monday, April 1, 2019 9am – 4:30pm
Where: Tangeman University Center, Great Hall (located on the main campus of the University of Cincinnati)
The day will be comprised of panel discussions, an interactive session where participants will learn R programming skills, and keynote speakers to start and end the day. The first keynote speaker, Amanda Wilson, will highlight the historic All of Us Research Program that is gathering data from one million individuals to assist in delivering precision medicine by taking into account individual differences in lifestyle, environment, and biology among participants. The second keynote speaker, Deborah Duran, will address how diversity and inclusion are necessary considerations as we consider our research and how doing so can have an impact on us all. Panelists will discuss health disparities and health equity research from local and statewide perspectives as well as how data is being used to empower social justice.
Don’t miss this exciting day!
For more information and registration visit: http://libapps.libraries.uc.edu/blogs/dataday/.
Pharmacology World is a series of videos that cover all major drug classes and includes: mechanism of action, key pharmacokinetics, major therapeutic uses, and common and serious adverse effects. It also incorporates relevant physiology, pathophysiology and biochemistry.
Use these Pharmacology World videos to master the key concepts of pharmacology, prepare for course exams and national licensing exams. Videos range in length from 8 to 32 minutes.
Free Registration (required)
Description: This workshop will introduce scalable data analytics and machine learning.
It is a two-day, hands-on workshop using Hadoop, Spark and TensorFlow.
No prerequisites, although some familiarity with Python would be helpful.
When: Tuesday Feb 12th and Wednesday Feb 13th from 11 am to 5 pm.
Location: Teachers-Dyer Complex – CECH Library Room 320
2610 McMicken Circle – Cincinnati OH 45221
Note: You need an XSEDE account to register Create Account
Parking: CCM parking garage or the Stratford Heights parking garage
Special Instructions: Participants should bring their own laptop, lunch will be provided.
Questions? Contact Amy Latessa firstname.lastname@example.org
XSEDE (eXtreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment) is a virtual system that provides compute resources for scientists and researchers from all over the country. Its mission is to facilitate research collaboration among institutions, enhance research productivity, provide remote data transfer, and enable remote instrumentation. XSEDE is funded by National Science Foundation (NSF). Getting Started Guide for XSEDE.
Flyers: BigData_workshopflyer_Feb2019 DCSS flyer_xsede Big Data
Lexicomp Online is a collection of clinical databases and clinical decision support tools that provides users with an extensive medical library. It provides clear, concise, point-of-care adult and pediatric drug information as well as in-depth information on interactions, toxicology, and more. Lexicomp also includes support tools like drug ID, calculators, and patient education.
Unlimited Lexicomp Online access is available in a responsive design that will resize to your device.
New Lexicomp App Access – Previous App Has Expired
50 access codes are also available with this institutional subscription.
- Lexicomp app registration is first come, first serve
- App accounts expire annually
Lexicomp Academic Discount Program
On January 7, 2019, Nathan Wysinski began work as the computer user support specialist in the Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library.
Nathan is not new to UC Libraries having served as a contract IT employee since April 2018 providing exemplary support of faculty, staff and student computing. Prior to this position, Nathan worked for the IT firm Pomeroy for three and a half years. Nathan will be bringing his experience, expertise and professionalism to the Health Sciences Library in support of technologies and services for the faculty, staff and students on the health sciences campus.
Please join us in congratulating Nathan and welcoming him to the Health Sciences Library!