Data Science in the Wild Workshop
Thanks for all the interest! You have asked, we have listened! Everyone wants to come, but calendars are already too full this year. We will defer this fantastic Data Science in the Wild Workshop for sometime in 2020.
Ever wanted to try your hand at flying a drone, collecting bird song or capturing footage of those sneaky nocturnal creatures? Well, here is your chance.
Data science in the wild is a free 3 day workshop for statisticians to gain hands on experience with technologies used in data collection in the field. The aim is to introduce statisticians to the use of popular existing and emerging technologies for data collection, including drones, audio sensors, trap cameras and analytical software. Participants will learn how to complete the entire scientific pipeline from data collection through to analysis.
Location: Samford Ecological Research Facility
Address: Camp Mountain, Samford QLD 4520
Requirements: Please bring your own laptop. After registration you will be advised about software to load prior to attending. For field work please wear a hat, sunglasses, enclosed footwear, sunscreen and insect repellent.
Accommodation options at Samford:
Samford Lakes: https://www.samfordlakes.com.au/
Samford Village: https://www.samfordlakes.com.au/samford-village-cottages
Clear Mountain Lodge: https://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-7580-mercure-clear-mountain-lodge/index.shtml
There is some limited camping accommodation available onsite: bring your own tent or https://belltenthireco.com/
Transport: Public transport is unavailable directly to the SERF site so we are recommending car pooling for participants. If you have available seats in your car or are looking for transport please let us know.
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