Reproducibility and transparency are a big part of open science. There are several training opportunities that aim to help scientists improve their ability to create reproducible workflows.
Take training to improve your ability to create reproducible workflows
- The Community for Data Integration offers Carpentries workshops throughout the year. These training events usually focus on an introduction to Python or R. Learn about the CDI Carpentries program at https://www.usgs.gov/centers/community-for-data-integration-cdi/cdi-carpentries-workshops.
- The Carpentries Organization also coordinates workshops around the world. Learn about upcoming workshops at https://carpentries.org/workshops/#workshop-upcoming.
- The USGS Water Mission Area coordinates the USGS-R community of practice to support users of the R scientific programming language. The USGS-R community offers 2-3 day training workshops. Learn more at https://www.usgs.gov/tools/data-analysis-tools-r-programming-language.
- There are many free learning resources on the web to help you get started with Git, GitHub, and Version Control Software. Several resources are compiled here: https://docs.github.com/en/get-started/quickstart/git-and-github-learning-resources.
Action: Sign up for CDI mailing list to receive updates about CDI Carpentries Workshops and other open science training opportunities: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDOIGS/signup/34227.
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