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

Hope Chen
Graduate Student, Harvard University

Born and raised in Taiwan, Hope Chen is a PhD candidate in astronomy and astrophysics at Harvard University. Since 2011, Hope has been a member of the Star Formation research group led by Alyssa A. Goodman of Harvard and has embarked on several research projects aimed at decoding the mysteries of structural formation in nearby cradles of stars, such as the Gould Belt molecular clouds. Hope is interested in making astronomy seamless and accessible and has been an ardent user of the Jupyter Notebook. Hope holds a degree from National Tsing Hua University with the highest distinction, the Dr. Mei Yi-Chih Prize.


11:05am–11:45am Friday, August 25, 2017
Reproducible research and open science
Location: Murray Hill Level: Non-technical
Bernie Randles (UCLA), Hope Chen (Harvard University)
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Although researchers have traditionally cited code and data related to their publications, they are increasingly using the Jupyter Notebook to share the processes involved in the act of scientific inquiry. Bernie Randles and Hope Chen explore various aspects of citing Jupyter notebooks in publications, discussing benefits, pitfalls, and best practices for creating the "paper of the future." Read more.