CNI seminar: Victor Barranca

March 19, 2019
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Victor Barranca Department of Mathematics and Statistics Swarthmore College   Reconstruction of Sparse Connectivity and Stimuli in Neuronal Networks Using Compressive Sensing of Network Dynamics   Sparsity is a fundamental characteristic of numerous biological, social, and technological networks. Neuronal network connectivity demonstrates sparsity on multiple spatial scales and natural stimuli typically also possess sparse representations […]

In this workshop we will look at the basics of making publication-ready diagrams and figures. We will cover tools for making scientific diagrams like Adobe Illustrator, as well as provide short, beginner-friendly tutorials on the basics of plotting data in MATLAB, R (with and without ggplot2), and python. This should be helpful for both beginners […]

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