blender: 3-D modeling and animation software weekend workshop

Dates:
Part 1: Saturday, November 9 – Introduction to blender: Interface Overview & Object Modeling
Part 2: Sunday, November 10 – Rendering & Animation

Time: 1:00pm – 4:30pm (both days)
Location: New Media Center, Lewis Library Building, 1st Floor

Description:
blender is a free and open-source, cross-platform (Windows/Mac/Linux), 3D computer graphics software used in art and animation, visual effects, 3D modeling, video games, and forensic reconstruction. This weekend intensive will be a hands-on opportunity to learn about this robust software. No previous animation or 3D modeling software experience is required.

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Just Added! 2nd Workshop Series: Statistical Computing with R

R is the de facto standard for statistical analysis in a wide range of disciplines such as computational biology, finance, sociology, political science and digital humanities. This two-part workshop will help participants to get started with R’s abilities, ranging from data structure to visualization. Designed for students without any programming experience, this course will better prepare you for introductory statistics courses and quantitative research at Princeton.

Dates: Monday10/21  Part 1: Introductory Workshop in Statistical Computing with R
            Tuesday, 11/12 – Part 2: Intermediate Workshop in Statistical Computing with R
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location:  Lewis Science Library Building, Room to be announced

To Register for the workshop series, please fill out the registration form here. Or access the form via the QR code to the right. Limited space available!2nd-R-Series-Registration

 

 

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NEW! Workshop Series: Statistical Computing with R

R is the de facto standard for statistical analysis in a wide range of disciplines such as computational biology, finance, sociology, political science and digital humanities. This two-part workshop will help participants to get started with R’s abilities, ranging from data structure to visualization. Designed for students without any programming experience, this course will better prepare you for introductory statistics courses and quantitative research at Princeton.

Dates10/9  Part 1: Introductory Workshop in Statistical Computing with R
            11/13 – Part 2: Intermediate Workshop in Statistical Computing with R
Time: Wednesdays, 7pm – 9pm
Location: New Media Center (NMC), 1st Floor, Lewis Science Library

To Register for the workshop series, please fill out the registration form here. Or access the form via the QR code to the right. Limited space available.qrfree.kaywa.com

 

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