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This is a four day intensive workshop from 07/18 - 07/21 (7/22 will be an 'office hours' type of day focused on answering questions). In order to include as many library staff as possible, single day registration is possible, however, if you do want to attend the full workshop, you must register separately for each day.

The lessons are introductory and designed for novices.  No programming experience is required.  

Library Carpentry is an exploratory program of four three-hour software skills sessions focused on the needs and requirements of the library professionals.  Here's what you'll learn:

  1. Jargon Busting & Regular Expressions
  2. Unix shell, tabulated data, text data, named entity recognition
  3. Version control, github, gh-pages
  4. Open refine, cleaning data

More details will be forthcoming!

 

Date:
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Time:
9:00am - 12:30pm
Location:
Geisel: Seuss Room
Categories:
data science, Data Services, Library Workshops, RDL
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Matt Critchlow
Tim Dennis
Reid Otsuji
Juliane Schneider