Data Carpentry workshop
Data Carpentry workshops are organised at TU Delft by TU Delft Library | 4TU.ResearcheData in collaboration with the Data Stewards.
A Data Carpentry workshop is a hands-on, four half-days (online due to COVID measures) on the fundamental data skills needed to conduct research. Its target audience is researchers who have little to no prior computational experience, and its lessons are domain specific.
TU Delft PhD candidates can receive 2 GS credits in the category of research skills (approved by the TU Delft central Graduate School) for participating in a Data Carpentry workshop offered by 4TU.Research Data.
Workshops academic year 2021 - 2022
Data Carpentry workshop for Social Sciences
This workshop teaches management and analysis of tabular data commonly used in social sciences. This is a hands-on training that covers best practices for data organization in spreadsheets, reproducible data cleaning using the tool OpenRefine, and gives an introduction to data analysis and visualization using the programming language R.
In this course, you will learn how to:
- Organize tabular data, handle date formatting, carry out quality control and quality assurance and export data to use with downstream applications.
- Explore, summarize, and clean tabular data reproducibly.
- Import data, calculate summary statistics, and create publication-quality graphics using the programming language R
Next online workshop: 21, 22, 24 & 25 February | 9:00 - 13:00 hrs (CEST) each day
There are 12 places available for PhD students and researchers from TU Delft.
This workshop is a collaborative effort of 4TU.ResearchData repository, Leiden University Libraries - Centre for Digital Scholarship, TU Delft Data Stewards and Erasmus University Rotterdam Data Stewards.
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