Our two-day pre-semester workshops happen every late-August and mid-January on the Morningside campus, to provide introductory methodological training in common and emerging computational technologies such as Python, R, Git, and Unix command line among others. Students will learn programming, plotting, and version control techniques, with hands-on instructor support with utilizing these techniques for their specific research projects.
About The Carpentries
Workshop curricula are developed, certified, and continuously maintained through Columbia's institutional license with The Carpentries, a diverse, global community of volunteer Instructors, helpers, Trainers, Maintainers, champions, member organizations, supporters, and staff who teach foundational coding and data science skills to worldwide researchers. More information can be found regarding Software Carpentries curricula and Data Carpentries curricula.
To learn more about Columbia's institutional license with The Carpentries please contact [email protected].