RAPIDS 2018 Conference.

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Reproducibility and Provenance in Data Science

Tobacco Dock - London - 19th July 2018


0900 - Registration and breakfast

1000 - Keynote - How I learned to stop worrying and love version control - Dr Stephen J Newhouse and Luke Marsden Full details

1040 - Effective computing for research reproducibility - Dr Laura Fortunato Full details

1120 - Morning Break

1140 - A crazy little thing called reproducible science - Dr Tania Allard Full details

1220 - Machine Learning in Production - A practical approach to continuous deployment of Machine Learning pipelines - Luca Palmieri, Machine Learning & Data Scientist and Christos Dimitroulas, Fullstack developer & DevOps - Full details

1300 - Lunch


1400 - 1730 Version Control for your Model, Data and Environment (Workshop)

In the afternoon workshop you’ll follow a set of hands-on self-paced exercises with support from our facilitators. You will leave being able to use tools like Docker, Git and dotscience to ensure the provenance and reproducibility of your models, environments and data.

Although all levels are encouraged to join in, some familiarity with working on the command line will be advantageous. You will also be required to bring your own laptop.

1800 - Networking drinks

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# Install the dotmesh client
sudo curl -sSL -o /usr/local/bin/dm \$(uname -s)/dm

# Make the client binary executable
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/dm

# Use the client to install dotmesh-server
dm cluster init