Carpentries @ Oklahoma State University: Workshop Information
Information about Data and Software Carpentries workshops and the Carpentries community
What are Carpentry Workshops?
Carpentry at OSU
Carpentry workshops are taught by trained and certified instructors
The Carpentry organization is global and lessons are developed and maintained by volunteers. Complete lessons are available for download at the Software or Data Carpentry websites. Workshop modules most frequently taught at the OSU Carpentry workshops are shown below.
- The Unix Shell
- Version Control with Git
- Programming with Python
Data Carpentry workshops at OSU are usually taught using the Ecology Curriculum
- Organizing data in spreadsheets
- Cleaning data with Open/Refine
- Data management with SQL
- Data analysis and visualization using R
It may be helpful to review the lessons before the workshop. Each topic is described and the exercises and answers with the time needed to teach each topic given. Instructors do have some flexibility to modify according to the progress of a class, so classes may be faster or slower than the time listed.
Carpentries Code of Conduct
The Carpentries is a community-led project. We value the involvement of everyone in the community. We are committed to creating a friendly and respectful place for learning, teaching and contributing. All participants in our events and communications are expected to show respect and courtesy to others.
To make clear what is expected, everyone participating in Carpentry activities is required to conform to the Code of Conduct. This Code of Conduct applies to all spaces managed by The Carpentries including, but not limited to, workshops, email lists, and online forums such as GitHub, Slack and Twitter. Workshop hosts are expected to assist with the enforcement of the Code of Conduct.