Our workshops will teach a mix of existing and new content, including new material developed in parallel by other initiatives, to address the skills gaps most frequently identified by health and bioscience researchers. We will use open-source platforms developed by The Carpentries, a community-based project that is a global leader in teaching data and coding skills. The Carpentries paradigm of open access training leads participants on a skills development path, first as a learner, then helping an experienced instructor, finally leading instruction themselves. The Carpentries’ success and sustainability is driven by its inclusive and collaborative approach, broadening the base of people actively engaged in learning, applying, and teaching data skills.
By registering to our workshops, you agree to respect the Computing Regulations of the University of Edinburgh.
|20 - 23 September 2021||Introduction to Statistics with R||Workshop's website||Registration closed|
|11 - 14 October 2021||Data Science Workflows with Snakemake||Workshop's website||Register here!|
|19 - 22 October 2021||FAIR in (Biological) Practice||Workshop's website||Register here!|
|26 - 29 October 2021||High-Dimensional Statistics||Workshop's website||Register here!|
|22 - 25 November 2021||Data Science Workflows with Nextflow||Workshop's website||Register here!|
|November 2021 (TBC'd)||Machine Learning||Workshop's website||Registration not yet open|