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The official Jupyter Conference
August 22-23, 2017: Training
August 23-25, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY
Stuart Geiger

Stuart Geiger
Ethnographer and Postdoc, UC Berkeley Institute for Data Science


R. Stuart Geiger is an ethnographer and postdoctoral scholar at the Berkeley Institute for Data Science at UC Berkeley, where he studies the infrastructures and institutions that support the production of knowledge. He uses ethnographic, historical, qualitative, and quantitative methods in his research, which is grounded in the fields of computer-supported cooperative work, science and technology studies, and communication and new media studies. He holds a PhD from the UC Berkeley School of Information, where his research focused on the governance and operation of Wikipedia and scientific research networks. He has also studied newcomer socialization, moderation and quality control, specialization and professionalization, cooperation and conflict, the roles of support staff and technicians, and diversity and inclusion.


11:55am–12:35pm Friday, August 25, 2017
Usage and application
Location: Beekman/Sutton North Level: Non-technical
Stuart Geiger (UC Berkeley Institute for Data Science), Charlotte Cabasse-Mazel (UC Berkeley Institute for Data Science)
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The concept of the ritual is useful for thinking about how the core technology of Jupyter notebooks is extended through other tools, platforms, and practices. R. Stuart Geiger, Brittany Fiore-Gartland, and Charlotte Cabasse-Mazel share ethnographic findings about various rituals performed with Jupyter notebooks. Read more.