Rattle, job hunting, other announcements

On Thursday our TA had a session on installing Rattle on the Mac. She may repeat it on Friday. Send her an email if you are interested.

Please refer to this page for instructions. Installing Rattle on Mac

Data sources pages:

Data sets from Google and Kagle.    https://www.kaggle.com/datasets

A page of useful links

Data sources and project ideas related to pollution.

Projects: easily available data sets

Five strategies for locating interesting data sets. (From Dataquest)

Some data projects that encourage other people to use the data they collected.

Past student papers:

 

Job Hunting Opportunity

In 2 weeks, the Jacobs School of Engineering is running a day with lots of employers visiting. Student passes are $10, although you can probably sneak in if you want to. http://jacobsschool.ucsd.edu/re/

 

 

 

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Author: Roger Bohn

Professor of Technology Management, UC San Diego. Visiting Stanford Medical School Rbohn@ucsd.edu. Twitter =Roger.Bohn

2 thoughts on “Rattle, job hunting, other announcements”

  1. For Mac users, if you can not install the Rattle successfully. You may try those steps.
    1. upgrade your MAC operating system to High Sierra.
    2. install Xcode which can be downloaded from App Store.
    3. write commands in your Terminal.

    MyComputer$ xcode-select -p
    /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer

    ### If you see above line, you have xcode command line tools installed.
    ### If you don’t see that output, execute the command below:

    MyComputer$ xcode-select –install

    ### Then, execute the command below:

    MyComputer$ export PATH=/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:$PATH

    MyComputer$ sudo port selfupdate

    MyComputer$ sudo port install pkgconfig

    MyComputer$ sudo port install gtk2 +x11

    MyComputer$ R CMD INSTALL ~/Downloads/RGtk2_2.20.34.tar.gz

    MyComputer$ R CMD INSTALL ~/Downloads/cairoDevice_2.24.tar.gz

    ### The last two command lines depends on your file names and folders, so make sure that the name is consistent with your own files and folders.

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