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JupyterDay in the Triangle
November 13, 2018
The Carolina Club at UNC
150 Stadium Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 USA
Directions | Google Maps


Please feel free to send pull-requests linking talk titles below to presentation materials.

  • 08:00 — 09:00: Check-in, networking, breakfast
  • 09:00 — 09:25: Welcome, introduction, logistics
  • 09:30 — 10:10: Keynote and Q&A
    • An <SOS> for OSS: Invite us to the party, and ask us to dance
      Kari Jordan (The Carpentries)
  • 10:15 — 10:40: Talk
  • 10:45 — 11:00: Morning break
  • 11:00 — 12:00: Talks
    • itk-jupyter-widgets: Interactive 3D and 2D Image Visualization for Jupyter
      Matthew McCormick (Kitware)
    • Learning in Jupyter
      Joan Pharr (Valassis Digital)
  • 12:00 — 13:00: Lunch, announcements
  • 13:00 — 13:55: Short talks
  • 14:00 — 14:15: Afternoon break
  • 14:15 — 15:10: Talks
    • Best Of: 6 years of Notebooks
      Francois Dion (Dion Research LLC)
    • I Like Notebooks: A Response
      Tim Hopper (Cylance, Inc)
  • 15:15 — 15:30: Late afternoon break
  • 15:30 — 16:55 Short talks
    • Just a little bit of PixieDust
      Zeydy Ortiz (Data Crunch Lab)
    • The Confirmable Reproducible Research (CoRe2) Environment Linking Tools to Promote Computational Reproducibility
      Jonathan Crabtree and Thu-Mai Christian (Odum Institute)
    • Sprinting in Jupyter Through R Track Results
      Rick Pack (LabCorp)
    • Lifecycle of an Operations Prototype Notebook
      Justin Smith (Valassis Digital)
    • Metadata Mission to Jupyter
      Chris Erdmann (The Carpentries & California Digital Library)
    • Stacking audience models in a notebook
      Alice Broadhead (Valassis Digital)
    • Stop editing cells! Build a User-Interface for your Notebook
      Greg Frazier (Performance Bicycle)
    • Kernda: Enabling conda in the notebook
      Eric Dill (Anaconda)
    • Using Jupyter to generate a data enrichment workflow in response to Hurricane Florence
      Ryan Cooper (City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources)
  • 17:00 — 17:10: Closing Remarks
  • 17:15 — 18:00: Informal Networking, Q&A, Getting Started with Jupyter Help

Please take the exit survey

Code of Conduct

Project Jupyter is an engaged and respectful community made up of people from all over the world. Your involvement helps us to further our mission and to create an open platform that serves a broad range of communities, from research and education, to journalism, industry and beyond.

JupyterDay Code of Conduct


For the event we will be using UNC-Guest Wi-Fi. UNC has a help page on What University Guest Wi-Fi Network Should I Use?.

Live Chat and Note Taking

We've setup a Gitter chatroom for attendees to communicate with one another during the event. We've also created a Google Doc to support collaborative note taking throughout the event.

The event Code of Conduct applies to these online spaces just as it does to the venue.

Social Media

#trianglejupyter / @TriangleJupyter on Twitter




We're sold out! Feel free to contact us to express interest in hosting or participating in a future event.

Please visit the EventBrite page to purchase a ticket.

On-Campus Parking

There are several parking options, including the Rams Head Parking Deck on Ridge Road (closest to venue) and metered parking along South Road and Country Club Road. Please see the Department of Public Safety’s Map of Visitor and Metered Parking for a complete list of visitor parking on UNC’s campus.

General Visitor Parking

Visitor Parking Information
Parking Costs

Ramshead Parking Deck
33 Ridge Rd, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
4 minute walk to The Carolina Club
Google Maps

Raleigh Road/ Highway 54 Parking lot
14 minute walk uphill to The Carolina Club
Google Maps

Morehead Planetarium/Franklin Street
250 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
12 minute walk to The Carolina Club, usually full by 9 am
Google Maps

Airport Transportation

From/to Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)
Skylink Shuttle or call 855-759-8267
Lyft and Uber

Local Area Transportation

Chapel Hill/UNC’s bus service is free and open to the public. Please see the Town of Chapel Hill Transit – List of all routes and schedules.

GoTriangle is a regional service connecting Chapel Hill to Durham, Raleigh, and other parts of the Triangle. Please see the GoTriangle website for details.

Additional local and regional transit information is available at

Accommodation Suggestions

Hampton Inn
370 East Main Street, Unit 100
Carrboro, North Carolina, 27510
(919) 904- 7712

Aloft Chapel Hill
1001 South Hamilton Road
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27517
(919) 932-7772