The latest happenings in the Contextual Dynamics Lab.
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Our Storytelling with Data course provides practical tools for wrangling, analyzing, and interpreting patterns in real-world data. This year, as part of the Social Impact Practicum program at Dartmouth, we partnered with local community organizations to help them gain data-driven insights into their thorniest problems! Link to video: [YouTube]
We are thrilled to announce a double release of some awesome new science tools, targeted at memory enthusiasts and researchers. The Quail toolbox is aimed at analyzing and visualizing data from memory experiments. The AutoFR toolbox provides a framework for developing list learning experiments on Amazon Mechanical Turk that automatically transcribe spoken recalls into text.
We are excited to announce our awesome new lab manager: Emily Whitaker! Hailing from New Jersey, Emily has elected to leave the comforts of suburban life behind in favor of an exciting life in the wilderness of Hanover, New Hampshire. Welcome to the CDL team!
After enduring just over a year as our esteemed lab manager, Kirsten has decided to tempt fate by spending the next half-decade of her life in the CDL, toiling away in the name of science. Welcome, Kirsten!
Undergraduate researchers Maddy Lee and Marisol Tracy (with support from Kirsten Ziman and Andy Heusser) presented their awesome work at the 2017 Wetterhahn Science Symposium. Go team science!
We're looking for a new lab manager! Intrigued? Read on...