NBIC and SSI survey: Data and Software Carpentry workshops
Are you spending too much time cleaning up research data? Do you want to learn how to use smarter tools, other than using Excel, to analyse your data? Do you want to make your research results sustainable and reproducible?
Biofilms researchers, like many researchers in other disciplines nowadays, are facing data-rich research and can spend more time processing data than on the research itself! You may find yourself facing a new question, and wish to use certain data to test and explore it, but dread the complicated calculation and programming behind it.
In collaboration with the Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) we can help you to build up and develop the ability, skills and confidence to work with data.
We know biofilm researchers are specialised in various topics across multiple disciplines with various data analysis needs. To help us tailor our upcoming training workshops to meet your requirements and current abilities please complete our short survey here.
The survey is open until Friday 17 July.
Currently trending in the research industry, Data Carpentry develops and teaches workshops on the fundamental data skills needed to conduct research. Software Carpentry is a volunteer project dedicated to teaching basic computing skills to researchers. Both are part of The Carpentries, a growing international, inclusive and diverse community of learners, instructors and open lesson developers that promotes the importance of software and data for conducting efficient, open and reproducible research.
78% of learners stably integrate tools learned in these workshops into their work. Read testimonials from attendees to find out what impact the sessions have had on other researchers.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.