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Pydata on 2 July

Pydata on 2 July

Harmony at PyData London - 86th Meetup Update: you can download the slides from the presentation here Topic: NLP and generative models for psychology research Thomas Wood will present our work on Harmony, harmonydata.ac.uk, which is a free online tool that uses generative AI and LLMs to help psychologists analyse datasets. It uses Python, Pandas and HuggingFace Sentence Transformers to find similarities between questionnaires. Psychologists and social scientists often have to match items in different questionnaires, such as “I often feel anxious” and “Feeling nervous, anxious or afraid”.

Harmony Hackathon on 3 June

Harmony Hackathon on 3 June

The Harmony Hackathon Come and join us for a day of coding, collaboration, and creativity at the Harmony Hackathon! Whether you’re a seasoned programmer or just starting out, this event is perfect for anyone interested in tech and innovation. You can sign up on Eventbrite! The Hackathon event will be held at Chandler House (UCL), providing a vibrant and inspiring atmosphere for all participants. Get ready to work on exciting projects, learn new skills, and connect with like-minded individuals.

Ideas

Ideas

Project ideas for future development of Harmony Accepted project ideas Below you can see the list of project ideas aligned with Harmony’s standards, all designed to elevate the functionality and accessibility of Harmony. These proposals aim to fortify Harmony as a comprehensive tool for researchers navigating questionnaire item harmonization across diverse studies. Each idea maintains a clear scope, typically avoiding extensive overhauls. Quick-start guidelines and beginner-friendly tasks are provided for each idea.

Harmony on Kaggle

Harmony on Kaggle

Harmony launches on Kaggle! We are proud to have launched our first competition on Kaggle! The primary challenge of this competition is to develop a tool or method that can accurately extract questionnaire questions from documents, primarily PDFs. This competition offers a unique opportunity for participants to contribute to the field of natural language processing and document analysis while developing solutions that have real-world applications. We encourage participants to think creatively, leverage available resources, and push the boundaries of current technologies.

How can I contribute to an open source project?

How can I contribute to an open source project?

How can I contribute to an open source project? Your guide to contributing to open source projects Are you feeling intimidated by the thought of stepping into the world of open source contributions? You don’t have to be an expert to help. You might find this guide helpful: https://opensource.guide/how-to-contribute as well as the Reddit Opensource community. 1. Start small, think big: Don’t feel pressured to tackle the most complex issues right away.

Contributing to Harmony

Contributing to Harmony

Contribute to the Harmony open source NLP project Are you a scientist, researcher, data wrangler, or language maestro? Harmony needs YOU! We’re always looking for talented individuals to join our team. Contribute to our open-source code: Whether you’re a seasoned developer or a curious newbie, your contributions are valued. Join the conversation: Join our Discord server, or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media channels. Getting started Participating in an open source project can be very rewarding.

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