Software Carpentries are designed to teach faculty and students introductory research computing skills, reproducible research, and data visualization and analysis. These 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. full-day, in-person sessions are hands-on in nature, as participants follow live-coding exercises that progressively build.
The March 10–11, 2022 Carpentries will focus on introductory R and R Studio, followed by Geographic Information Systems with R/RStudio.
Registration is free, and attendees should plan to be present for both days of the workshop as the content builds on itself. Additional information and registration are available here.
The Digital Scholarship office (DiSC) is co-sponsoring Software Carpentries with the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, Research IT Services, Data Science Institute, and ACCRE.