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Dear Sir/ Madam, INFLIBNET is organizing one-week advanced level training programme on Bibliometrics and Research Output Analysis during 22nd – 27th July 2019. The programme will give the participants sound overview of bibliometric methods, data sources, data processing, performance indicators and tools & techniques related to bibliometric analysis and mapping. The programme will also provide hands-on Training sessions on bibexcel, Pajek, VOS Viewer, and R language by experts in the field. It will provide awareness about the most commonly used database, how to build -up relevant indicators and how to interpret the data. Special emphasis will be given to indicators used in research evaluation. Resource Persons The lecturers are prominent researchers, scientists/professors in the field of bibliometrics. They also have an extensive experience with the application of bibliometric analysis in a research evaluation. Duration One Week (22nd - 27th July, 2019) Venue The Training programme will be conducted at Information and Library Network Centre, An IUC of University Grants Commission, Infocity, Gandhinagar-382007, Gujarat, India Fee The registration fee is Rs. 7,080.00 (Rupees Seven Thousand Eighty only) per person without accommodation and Rs. 10,870.00 (Rupees Ten Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy Only) with accommodation. Please visit following link for more information: Brochure: Enclosed. Brochure URL-: https://hrd.inflibnet.ac.in/docs/bibliometrics_2019.pdf Registration form: https://hrd.inflibnet.ac.in/login.php For participation and more information please do contact Dr. Kruti Trivedi, Ph: +91 79 23268241, Mob: 9428494839 email@example.com or undersigned for any queries regarding the training programme. Divyanshu Jain Information and Library Network Centre, Gandhinagar Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Phone : +91- 7000069770 Attachments area
Hi all, Has anyone attended the Woods Hole Workshop on Molecular Evolution? http://www.mbl.edu/education/courses/workshop-on-molecular-evolution/ I am curious if the program is more biased on training for major areas of molecular evolution/learning how to use popular software, or if its intended to help with data analysis of already-collected data sets. I am trying to decide if I should attend this year (when I am designing my experiments for thesis/have just taken pop gen and quals, and everything is fresh) or next summer (when I have more data). I can see learning what are the possibilities for data analysis being very helpful if it is AHEAD of collecting data, but I also don't want to waste a valuable opportunity to get help analyzing existing data—if that's the true scope/purpose of the program. Thanks so much!!
Date & Time Saturday, 21st Jan 2017, 3 PM – 7 PM Description Creating a forum for study abroad aspirants to learn about GRE, study abroad options, scholarship & funding opportunities available and meet University representatives to get information/insights on specific programs. Event Agenda • GRE & its importance • Application pre-requisites & Admissions process • University Representative(s) Talk • Types of scholarships opportunities available for graduate studies • Loans & Financing options available to India students • Q&A with refreshments Audience • Students (Engineering & Arts and Science college) • Working professionals • People who already took GRE test • People who are planning to retake GRE test City Chennai