EGI Webinars

Access and analyze data from the EGI DataHub with Jupyter notebooks and MATLAB

by Enol Fernandez (EGI.eu) , Shubo Chakrabarti (MathWorks)

Europe/Amsterdam
Zoom webinar

Zoom webinar

Description

Target audience

Scientific communities and IT-service providers who support research and education.

Webinar programme (1h)

  • Access DataHub data from Jupyter Notebooks with MATLAB

  • Demo: Analyzing data with MATLAB Live Scripts

  • Q&A

Description about the presentation

Good, clean data is hard to come by. The EGI provides scientists and researchers access to a large collection of public datasets from data centers globally. These data can be accessed using the EGI Jupyter Notebook service. MATLAB users can now analyze this data using the familiar MATLAB desktop, via a web browser, on the EGI’s resources. 

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Use your MATLAB license to login to the EGI MATLAB installation
  • Access data from the EGI DataHub 
  • Read in scientific data into MATLAB
  • Analyze and visualize data using computational notebooks called MATLAB Live Scripts. 
  • Share your MATLAB code with your peers

About the speaker

 Shubo Chakrabarti, 
 
Science Gateways Strategist at MathWorks
 shuboc@mathworks.com 
  

 

 


Dr. Shubo Chakrabarti is the EMEA Science Gateway Strategist at MathWorks and helps researchers using and hosting online portals to effectively share and easily access MATLAB and Simulink for their research.
Shubo earned his PhD in neuroscience at the Penn State University Medical College in the US. Before joining MathWorks, Shubo worked as a senior neuroscientist and project leader for several years at the Universities of Göttingen and Tübingen. He is an Alexander von Humboldt fellow and a reviewer for several scientific journals and the German Research Society (DFG).
 

 Enol Fernandez,
 Cloud Solutions Manager at EGI Foundation
 enol.fernandez@egi.eu 

 


Enol Fernandez is Cloud Solutions Manager at the EGI Foundation working on the definition of the EGI Cloud federation architecture and its innovation roadmap. He also supports the EGI Community Team in the co-design and implementation of solutions for meeting the computing requirements of their research platforms and applications. Previously, he worked in the User Community Support Team of EGI and as a middleware developer and providing support to user communities at UAB and CSIC in the context of distributed computing European projects. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from Universitat Autòmoma de Barcelona and a Computing Engineering Degree from Universidad de La Laguna.