Horace Workshop - 15th to 16th January 2015
Back by popular demand!
Another workshop on how to get the most out of the Horace software package will be held, on 15th to 16th January 2015, this time at the SNS at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee. The workshop will be aimed at anyone who uses Horace to visualise and analyse data from time-of-flight INS experiments.
The course will cover all aspects of Horace, from using it to plan an experiment, to how to view data, perform corrections, simulations, fitting, and more. It is expected that participants will have encountered Horace in their work already, and will have some familiarity with Matlab. There will be an “ask the expert” session at the end of the course where the developers will be available to provide advice on participants’ particular data analysis issues.
The workshop will be free to attend for all. Participants are expected to cover their own transport and accommodation costs. Places are limited to 20 participants.
More details about the workshop (timetable, accommodation, etc.) are available at http://horace.isis.rl.ac.uk/Horace_Workshop_Details
Registration is closed. Future workshops will be announced via the Horace mailing list.