I don’t know if this is the right spot to put this post but I am looking for possible collaborators for modeling bacteria/phage interactions. I am not quite confident with
DiffEqFlux, and the other packages required for a proper numerical analysis because I am a biologist by trade.
Thus, I am looking for somebody interested in guiding me in the building of the model, possibly through the collaboration for a scientific article. I can’t post all the troubles encountered in the building because it will take longer to create a workable example than solving the real thing and there might be many many posts.
Would this space be good for this call or are there better community huts?
If you’re looking for a venue, https://julialang.zulipchat.com/ is more suited to chat-style back-and-forth than Discourse is, while retaining the persistent chat history and Latex etc (unlike Slack which will lose your records within ~10 days). Zulip is not as populous as Slack, but a bunch of the scientific and math people hang out there.
More than chatting, I am looking for a true collaborator…
By “chat” I just mean it does a better job at fast-paced conversation than Discourse does.
Maybe I misunderstood your question. I was saying Zulip is a good platform for technical conversation. For finding the people to collaborate with, there’s Discourse, Zulip, Discord, Slack, and JuliaCon.
I wrote a direct message, I might be interested.
And to append on jzr’s reply: In Zulip/Slack there are channels for specific application fields. That could also be a good place to find people.
There is specifically a #sciml-sysbio channel on the Slack for this community, and it is very active.