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Centennial Science & Engineering Library - DEN 2

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UNM Library's Research Data Services program presents worksops on the second Friday of each month that focus on tools and strategies that make data management, analysis, visualization, communication, and sharing more efficient and more fun.

Our Fall 2017 Workshop series includes:

  • August 11 - Working with the Command Line
  • September 8 - Programming Concepts Demonstrated with Python
  • October 13 - Jupyter Notebooks for Data Analysis and Visualization
  • November 10 - Write Once and Use Everywhere with Markdown and Pandoc
  • December 8 - Version Control with Git, GitHub and LoboGit

Our Spring 2018 Workshop series includes:

  • February 9 - Database Basics
  • March 9 - Containerization with Docker
  • April 20 - Qualitative Analysis with NVIVO (Guest Presenter: Liz Cooper)
  • May 11 - Interacting with Data APIs Using Python (Guest Presenter: Mark Servilla)

Each workshop will begin with an introduction to the topic followed by an open lab to experiment with what was taught.


Where is the Centennial Science and Engineering Library?

The Centennial Science and Engineering library is located in the SW quadrant of the main UNM campus.

Map to CSEL

What can I bring into the event?

We encourage experimentation with the tools and technologies that we cover in the workshops. UNM students, staff and faculty can check out a laptop computer from the library to use during the session and everybody is encouraged to bring their own laptop computer to practice on.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

You can contact Karl Benedict at kbene@unm.edu or Jon Wheeler at jwheel01@unm.edu for answers to any of your questions about the workshops.

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