A couple of weeks ago, UQWorld surpassed its first 50 members milestone. Other than the effort of @bsudret and @ste to introduce UQWorld to the UQ community at large during their speaking trips, we have largely allowed UQWorld grows rather organically, by inviting people from our circles and referring some UQLab users to come when they have usage questions. There’s even a small chance that you just stumbled here (it’s the internet).
But regardless of how you end up here, hello and welcome!
You will find we are friendly and open in this community. This is a safe space where you can get connected with people from around the world, from a wide range of scientific disciplines to discuss your UQ-related problems or share your thoughts on UQ concepts and practices.
In this topic, we would like to make it easy for you to introduce yourself to the community and ask your questions.
But before that, let’s recap…
Where to start?
If you are still finding your way around UQWorld, take a look at these posts:
Learn a thing or two about UQ
Across UQWorld you can find resources about UQ concepts and practice. Here are some examples:
- How to get started with UQ?
- How to start defining your probabilistic input?
- Want to know more about stochastic simulator?
- Curious about copula and its importance?
- How UQ techniques are applied to calibrate a heat transfer model
- Looking for a benchmark problem to test your methods? Here are some of them in Python
For UQLab users
If you are a UQLab user, we have a dedicated section for you in UQWorld:
- Post your UQLab usage questions here
- You know an answer to some of the questions? Don’t hesitate to answer the questions yourself
- Get an update on the development of UQLab. Like, do you ever wonder what’s the point of a licensing system? or why MATLAB, again?
Say hello to our first 50 or so members
Please introduce yourself! How did you find us? What prompted you to join?
What are you working on right now? Would you like to share it? or perhaps need help with it? Go ahead and hit the reply button.