5 posts were split to a new topic: Youtube workshop stream “video restricted” error
Can you please provide a workshop practice data download link for online viewers, such as PD mice sample metadata?
Will these videos and slides be available following the workshop as well? Or is there a way to access it?
Wonderful workshop!!! Thanks ! I wonder if there is link to download the slides? Can we download file in format of pdf or others?
As an youtube viewer, don’e we have any scope to hand on practice?
What is the password when we are in Secure shell app.
@mshahin, we are unfortunately not able to offer server access to “free tier” youtube-only participants. All of the commands we are running will work exactly the same way on any installation of QIIME 2 2020.8, though!
Feel free to install on your local computer and follow along!
@Barandouzi, passwords were sent to paid tier workshop participants via Slack direct message. Check slack if you’re one of those participants. If you’re not, a local installation of QIIME 2 2020.8 should work just as well.
I think enabling the chat on Youtube is a great idea! Will promote discussion among the ones following the streaming and make it easier to ask questions and help each other.
@Natali_Hernandez, see this post above.
Apologies if this is a duplicate question but is there a detailed programme for the course? I am connecting via the youtube channel and it would be great to know when the sessions that are of most interest for me are scheduled. Thank you!!!
@mpunta, there’s a link to the schedule here:
Please note: The schedule is very approximate! In the interest of providing a smooth experience to all participants, individual session start times may be shifted forward or back. Generally, though, we should start and end the day’s workshop on time.
Is it possible to ask questions to the speakers through the forum?
Where should I write them?
Thanks. Juan DC
Same situation is here!
@ju4n_dc, because we have limited instructor bandwidth, we’re focusing primarily on questions from Slack during the workshop. Please feel free to post questions here on the forum, though, and we’ll do our best to answer them or pass them along. Thanks for asking!
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