Human Time Data lunch seminar

Are you working with human time series data? Then this seminar is for you!

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Structured as a Hub/node network, the Human Time Data project aims to increase information, innovation and integration among researchers working with human time series data.

There will be served lunch during the talks.


  • Human time data by Alexander Jensenius and Tor Endestand - an introduction
  • Mapping of data management routines at RITMO and outside perspectives by Marcus Widmer - On the current situation and other Hub/node interpretations
  • Break, lunch and coffee
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) by Thomas Madland - Information and a small demonstration of how this tool can be used to process data on the central storage at UiO
  • Musical Gestures Toolbox (MGT) for Python by Frida Furmyr - Open source implementation of existing proprietary software
  • Data Management Plans by Rahul Omprakash Agrawal and Kayla Burnim - Best practices relating to human time series data
  • HUB/NODE infrastructure by Jonas Ulleland - A preliminary description of the infrastructure of the network

We hope to see you there, welcome!

Published May 30, 2019 9:26 PM - Last modified June 21, 2022 8:43 AM