Software Carpentry – R Workshop, July 22 & 23

RC is proud to host this workshop for researchers at all levels. Software Carpentry (SWC) is an organization dedicated to teaching scientists modern software engineering skills that they'll use in their day-to-day work. SWC develops the curriculum for these workshops and provides trained, experienced teachers. It is a great opportunity to learn how to code well in a proven system developed precisely for the research community.

Information on the workshop itself and the materials covered can be found on our GitHub Software Carpentry Workshop page. There are a limited number of slots available. Don't be discouraged, as we will run this workshop several times throughout the year.

When: 1.5 days, Wednesday & Thursday, July 22nd & 23rd

What: Task automation with the Unix shell; Essential programming with R; Version control with Git; and integrating your new skills

Who: Slots for 40 RC users.

Cost: $25 registration fee to cover coffee break snacks and refreshments.

Where: Jefferson Hall 356, Harvard Main Campus

Sign-up: Will be first-come, first-served; preference will be given to eligible RC account holders and Odyssey cluster users. We will be running this workshop several times throughout the year.

Register: Starting June 22nd, on our EventBrite page