Emacs Workshop with Alex Acs
Sep21
Time: 12-1 p.m.
Date: September 21, 2017
Location: Spencer Room, 2130 Derby Hall
Invitees: Students
Alex Acs

Alex Acs

The Department of Political Science’s Program In Statistics and Methodology (PRISM) will host a workshop with Assistant Professor Alex Acs, who will discuss project workflow and the software he uses in his research. In particular, Acs will focus on the use of Emacs, a popular text editor which can be used to centralize workflow within one interface for: conducting statistical analysis (e.g., R), typesetting using Tex, note-taking, presentation slides, and working with other languages like HTML and Python. Though primarily for students early in the program, this workshop should include helpful information for all students.

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