Members of the cyberinfrastructure team have scoured the web for resources and tutorials to help you identify and learn new data skills.
|Basics/Syntax||R for Journalists||R|
|2 Minute Tutorials||R|
|The Unix Shell||Shell|
|Language||Hadley Wickam's Advanced R||R|
|swirl; Learn R in R||R|
|Programming with Python||Python|
|Statistics||Mark Gardener's Statistics Tutorial||R|
|In-depth Introduction to Machine Learning||R|
|Comprehensive ggplot Gallery||R|
|Producing Simple Graphs||R|
|Geospatial Data||Introduction to Rasters||R|
|Soil Science||List of Open Source Software Tools||Various|
|Version Control||git Tutorial||Shell|
|Web Scraping||Requests and BeautifulSoup||Python|
|R Markdown Reference Guide||R|
|Full Course||Jenny Bryan's Stat 545||R|
Many additional topics are available through the following websites or organizations. These are geared towards providing a lot of training material, which the cyberinfrastrucutre staff may be less familiar with.
If you are looking to participate directly with a larger network of scientific coders, good starting points are the R-bloggers and rOpenSci communities. Finally, if you cannot find a resource for a particular topic that's written for your preferred environment, reach out to the cyberinfrastructure team at firstname.lastname@example.org.