Data Science Hub

Coding Meetup and Consultations

Discover campus data and computing resources. Discuss ways to enhance your research with data science. Collaborate with data scientists and other researchers on campus.  For appointments outside of Coding Meetup, please fill out the Find A Facilitator Routing Form to be directed to a facilitator with the expertise you need.

Coding Meetup

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:30–4:30 p.m. CT.

Come to Coding Meetup to ask questions about tools you learn about, how to apply coding tools to your work, troubleshoot coding bugs, or anything else related to your data or code. We also welcome additional helpers at Coding Meetup, if you’d like to help answer questions that come up. To join Coding Meetup, set up an account in the the Data Science Hub Slack Workspace. If you already have an account you can sign in at Once you have set up an account, browse the channels for #coding-meetup and type your message into that channel during the designated time.


The Data Science Hub hosts trainings and workshops to help researchers learn the skills they need to reproducibly write software and analyze data. For more information about these workshops and others offered elsewhere on campus, see the Workshops Page.

We can also create custom trainings for your lab group or class.


The Data Science Hub hosts an annual Data Science Research Bazaar, an informal conference where researchers and data scientists from various disciplines and industries have opportunities to share their work, collaborate, and discuss their data science interests. View the websites for our previous (2020, 2021) Data Science Research Bazaars at this link.

The Data Science Research Bazaar is modeled off of the internationally occurring Research Bazaar, a worldwide festival that promotes the digital literacy emerging at the center of modern research.


Data Science Updates is the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s resource for news, research highlights, training, events, and professional opportunities in data science, brought to you by the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute and the Data Science Hub. The newsletter includes upcoming workshops, seminars, student and professional opportunities, and much more! To sign-up or view the newsletter archive, see the Newsletter Page.