Data Skills Workshops

A Data Skills Workshop provides researchers from the socio-environmental synthesis community with hands-on training in open source tools for collaborative coding, data management, analysis, visualization, and product dissemination. The goal of these single or multi day workshops is to introduce novice and intermediate scientific coders to concepts, skills and approaches for data-driven research. A typical agenda includes lessons that integrate lectures, live-coding and trainee challenge exercises. Customized workshops on advanced topics can be organized for participants of SESYNC funded projects.

Date Event
Aug 15, 2017 to Aug 25, 2017

Bayesian Modeling for Socio-Environmental Data 2017

Aug 01, 2017 to Aug 03, 2017

Summer Workshop for CONSERVE Scholars


Jun 05, 2017 to Jun 09, 2017

Social Networks Workshop

Jun 05, 2017 to Jun 09, 2017

Introduction to Spatial Agent-Based Modeling Short Course: June 2017


Apr 26, 2017

Introduction to Python Workshop


Feb 01, 2017 to Feb 04, 2017

Phylogenetic and Functional Trait Analyses for Ecology in R


Dec 12, 2016

Data Visualization Workshop


Dec 05, 2016 to Dec 09, 2016

Introduction to Spatial Agent-Based Modeling


Sep 14, 2016 to Sep 16, 2016

Computational Training for Socio-Environmental Synthesis


Aug 25, 2016

Working with Data in RStudio for UMD/CMNS